Engineers in the Classroom

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Lockheed Martin Aeronautics is passionate about STEM outreach and the Engineers in the Classroom program. This kindergarten through grade 12 education initiative is designed to identify, develop, inspire and channel students into careers that draw their foundation from science, technology, engineering and math courses. The touchstone of this school-based initiative is a one-on-one connection between Lockheed Martin engineers and students, teachers and guidance counselors.

Engineers in the Classroom

Watch Lockheed Martin engineers volunteer in the classroom.

Bring an Engineer to Your Classroom
If you are interested in bringing an engineer to your school, please complete our request form found below.  The Engineers in the Classroom program consists of more than 200 volunteer employees that are trained to lead K-12 students in a career presentation and hands-on activity. A visit typically lasts 45 – 60 minutes and can be tailored to meet students’ specific needs.  

Visit an Aeronautics Facility
Field trips are an excellent way to present real-life application to what students are studying in the classroom.

Interested?

  • Students must be in grades K-12.
  • Students must meet security requirements that are subject to change at any time
  • Student groups must be sponsored by a Lockheed Martin employee
  • Visits must be planned at least three weeks in advance
  • ROTC and Project Lead the Way students are encouraged to attend

If you would like to apply for a school field trip and you have an Aeronautics sponsor, please have your sponsor contact Community Relations. If you do not have a sponsor but would like to qualify for a field trip, please email your request to engineers-fc.aero@lmco.com. 

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