Capitol Connector


As 2010 comes to a close, the Capitol community has experienced another great year. Recent significant contributions and exciting events highlight this month's issue of the Connector. With the start of the new year just around the corner, Capitol students, alumni, family and faculty have plenty to look forward to in 2011!
Lockheed Martin Supports CybersecurityLockheedMartin

The Capitol Community welcomed Lockheed Martin to campus as the company donated $20,000 in support of the Center for Space Science and Education and Public Outreach's (SSEPO) Emerging Stem Leaders Workshop Series. The Cyber Battle Lab Outreach Program will also benefit from the donation.

Capitol students demonstrated several real-world cybersecurity scenarios, including the response to hacker attacks, for the Lockheed Martin representatives. With their donation, Lockheed Martin has further helped Capitol students prepare for careers in STEM fields. Click here for the full story.

Tech Mania Hosted at Capitol

TechManiaOn Nov. 12, nearly 200 students came to Capitol's campus for the sixth Tech Mania event hosted by The Fort Meade Alliance. The event was created to boost high school students' interest in STEM fields, and students from Anne Arundel, Howard and Prince George's Counties were in attendance.

Various colleges, federal agencies and businesses have hosted the event, and Capitol was thrilled to invite budding students to come and experience exciting and innovative technologies first hand. The hands-on activities and engaging presentation were enjoyed by all who attended.

Find out about more exciting events by visiting Capitol College's Facebook page!

Capitol Supported by Northrop Grumman

The security company made two separate donations to Capitol this month which will benefit the college's Center for Space Science Education and Public Outreach (SSEPO) and Capitol's Cyber Battle Lab.


The SSEPO provides hands-on education and workforce development for K-12 students, community college students and college students. It is estimated that Northrop Grumman's donation will support 300 individuals including, first-year Capitol students, and students from community colleges and high schools in the Washington, DC area. For more information, click here.

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Issue: 23
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Lockheed Supports Cybersecurity
Capitol Hosts Tech Mania
Northrop Grumman Donation
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