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EDUCATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR - SUE SANTOS

Our main mission as chartered, is to promote the education and public awareness of the POW-MIA issue. Our education program is designed to help do just that. It consists of several key elements: Conducting group on site educational seminars. An educational scholarship and general awards program, Hosting educational booths at public community events and other gatherings and more formally; the use of public press releases, TV and other media for the purpose of educating the public.

 

CURRICULUM: The program's curriculum is flexible to accommodate various age groups, grade levels and or specific interest groups. Generally the topics include but not limited to:

  • Raising awareness and the education of the POW/MIA issue.
  • Information/updates on those presently POW/MIA.
  • Provide status updates on search and recovery efforts. (JPAC)
  • The Acknowledgement of veterans of all was.
  • Assisting veterans, active military and their families as needed.
  • Support those presently fighting for our freedom.
  • The Promotion of American patriotism.
  • Community Activities support and citizenship

 SCHOLARSHIPS: As part of our Education progr

am we also offer awards (Certificates) to students for their participation in our program. The program is intended to increase the awareness of the POW/MIA issue and the honor of Veterans in young Americans. We offer two Scholarships:

  • A $500 scholarships to a graduating Jr. ROTC senior attending Mainland High School.
  • A $500 scholarship to a graduation senior from any High School in Volusia County

 For more information on Scholarship click on "Scholarship Program" on the menue bar.  For other information contact"  Sue Santos, Education Program Director at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Also Check out the Education Slide Show (In the menue bar)

 

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ADDITIONAL EDUCATION MATERIAL