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A one-page multi-use banner graphic representing Strategic Systems Programs Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. This graphic was created for use on the new SSP website but can also be utilized as part of a recruitment materials or mission advertisement as appropriate. The graphic shows STEM elemtns such as mathematics symbols, chemistry beakers, and--specific to SSP--submarine icons. On the right side of the graphic is the SSP STEM logo. The color scheme is annapolis gold, blues, grays, light blues, and whites. (U.S. Navy Graphic by Matthew Williams).


Why Naval Stem?

Strategic  Systems Programs' Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program supports the Department of the Navy (DoN)’s Navy and Marine Corps education and outreach programs. SSP and DoN STEM programs are deliberate investments in the current and future DoN workforce, which enhance the Navy and Marine Corps’ ability to meet present and future war-fighting challenges. The Naval STEM Strategy provides new strategic direction for Naval STEM. 


Goals & Objectives of SSP’s STEM Pre-K - PhD Outreach Program


Seeking More Information?

Additional resources about the Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Navy and Marine Corps Science, Technology, Engineering &  Mathematics (STEM), Education and Workforce Program can be found in the list of active funding opportunities.

For more information on SSP's initiatives, contact the SSP STEM Outreach Program.



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