Rick Ambrose: Lockheed Seeks to Inspire STEM with Aerospace Learning Center

Rick Ambrose
Rick Ambrose

TYSONS CORNER, VA May 14, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — Rick Ambrose, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE: LMT) space systems business, said the newly opened Lockheed Martin Space Education Center in Colorado Springs aims to encourage science, technology, engineering and math learning in schools.

“If we are to continue to make great advances in space, we must spark the curiosity of young minds and inspire students with the amazing opportunities aerospace has to offer, ” he said Wednesday.

According to Ambrose,  an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2015, the LMSEC platform offers hands-on STEM education through “interactive programming that brings math and science to life.”

GovCon Executive reported the center’s dedication ceremony held at the Space Foundation Discover Center earlier in the week.

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