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CFF President Talks to Students during Project SOaR™ Visit

Students at Pelion Middle School in Lexington gather around Annie, CFF’s static helicopter, as Jack Lovelady, President of the CFF, explains some of the aircraft’s key features.

CFF Chairman Speaks to Students at SOaR™ Aviation Science Summer Camp

Students attending CFF’s SOaR™ Aviation Science Summer Camp listen as John M. Lenti, Chairman of the CFF, explains the purpose of the camp.

Students Attend “Battery Creek Aviation/STEM Day” Event

Students attending “Battery Creek Aviation/STEM Day” at Battery Creek High School in Beaufort listen as Larry Russell, Executive Director of the CFF, explains the importance of STEM subjects.

SOaR™ Aviation Science Summer Camp Graduates Salute CFF

Graduates of CFF’s SOaR™ Aviation Science Summer Camp, grouped in front of Maggie, CFF’s helicopter, salute the Foundation on graduation day.

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Celebrate Freedom Foundation Announces
2016 JROTC Award for Excellence in Academics Program!

     

The Celebrate Freedom Foundation announces its 2016 JROTC Award for Excellence in Academics Program. The program recognizes ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students enrolled in Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps JROTC units across the United States and overseas.  More

Announcement Nomination Form
     

For more information about the 2016 JROTC Award Program, including nomination deadlines for presentations scheduled from January through June 2016 and the deadline for the essay competition, click here.

Check here to see nomination deadlines for presentations scheduled for Feb., March, Apr. May and June 2016


Last year’s program received hundreds of nominations. Two hundred cadets received awards, including 14 who received special recognition for participating in the program’s first optional essay contest. For a complete listing of last year’s award winners, including winners of the essay contest, click here.

Celebrate Freedom Foundation

 Celebrate Freedom Foundation is a non-profit educational and historical 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to educating children, promoting lasting patriotism and honoring the military — past, present and future. Our SOaR™ Mission is to build a workforce better prepared in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and to develop skills essential to ensuring America’s technological advantage and its freedom.

Video Showing a Typical SOaR™ Program Visit


574 Title 1 shools in South Carolina are eligible to receive federally-funded educational visits.

To learn more, view this PowerPoint Presentation. Or click here.

Celebrate Freedom Foundation in the News!

ColumbiaRecruitingBattalion.BlogSpot.com, Nov. 13, 2015:
U.S. Army Recruiting Deputy Commander Receives Briefing from the CFF when
Visiting U.S. Army Recruiting Columbia in November



WLTX Video, Nov. 10, 2015:
Students at Camden's Applied Technology Education Campus Renovating Lena,
One of CFF's Cobra Helicopters


The (Sumter, S.C.) Chronicle-Independent, Nov. 12-13:
Students at Camden's Applied Technology Education Campus Restoring Lena, One of CFF's Cobra Helicopters

Kershaw County's KOOL1027.com, Nov. 4, 2015:
Kershaw County Students (Camden's Applied Technology Education Campus Students)
Using Their Skills to Renovate Lena, One of CFF's Cobra Helicopters


Photos of 2015 SOaR™ Visits


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