Adopt a Sim
Will you or your organization Adopt a Sim to support Mission Quest?
The National STEM Academy at the Museum of Aviation is renovating the Mission Quest Flight Simulation Lab. The Mission Quest program uses flight principles and hands-on flight simulation to highlight workforce development, team building, and career readiness that support RAFB and the Middle Georgia community. The software and equipment in the Flight Simulators is over ten years old and outdated. Help us remain a state of art educational facility by adopting a Simulator! Donations will be used to purchase materials and equipment to update the simulator computer equipment, software, and classroom.
Click here to learn more about our Mission Quest Education Programs, or make your donation below!
$3,000 – Adopt a Sim
Please provide the following to email@example.com:
- Logo for promotional purposes
- Name as you would like printed on advertising materials
- Link to website and/or social media pages
Donation to be made below.
In return, the National STEM Academy will provide:
- Your logo and organization name in a 9”x 9” – 12”x 12” (depending on space available) sticker on, or in proximity to, a simulator in the lab for five years.
- Logo and Link to website/social media on the Museum of Aviation’s website Donor Page, www.museumofaviation.org.
- Name listed on Digital Monitor inside the Mission Quest Classroom.
- Public Thank You on Social Media.
National STEM Academy logo for promotional purposes. The National STEM Academy requests permission to review and approve all uses of National STEM Academy Logo.
The Museum of Aviation Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. All donations are 100% tax deductible.
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About the Museum of Aviation Foundation’s National STEM Academy
The Museum of Aviation Foundation’s National STEM Academy integrates innovative, hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) disciplines through the Heritage, ACE (Ask. Challenge. Educate.), TinkerTech, Mission Quest, and the Georgia NASA Regional Educator Resource Center programs. These programs are offered for learners ages 4 through adult. Rigorous, goal-setting experiences challenge participants to solve problems and are aligned to state and national education standards. Career opportunities and workforce development strategies are highlighted throughout. Field trips, workshops, and special events are conducted both at the Museum of Aviation, “On the Go” through outreach at school sites, and via live virtual field trips. The Museum of Aviation Foundation is also host to the STARBASE ROBINS program. 36,224 students and teachers were served by National STEM Academy programs during FY 2019. STARBASE ROBINS served 16,988, for a total of 53,212 students and teachers served by the Museum of Aviation Foundation Education Center.