We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following industry, institutional, and individual partners:

Platinum Level Sponsor: Triumph Group Charitable Foundation

Triumph GroupHeadquartered in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, Triumph Group is a global leader in manufacturing and overhauling aerospace structures, systems and components. Its philanthropic arm, the Triumph Group Charitable Foundation, is generously supporting the VFS STEM Program with an annual grant to educate and inspire K-12 students on vertical flight technology topics.


American Helicopter Museum and Education CenterAHMEC

Located just outside of West Chester, Pennsylvania, the American Helicopter Museum and Education Center aims to preserve and promote rotorcraft aviation history as well as educate and inspire future generations of engineers, scientists, innovators, pilots, mechanics and inventors!

Plan your next visit at AHMEC!

AHMEC's GIST (Girls In Science & Technology) Program offers hands-on STEM experience covering topics ranging from physics of flight, astronomy, energy, chemistry, mechanical engineering, to coding and robotics. The program also connects students with female STEM role models from industry and academia. 

Due to current circumstances, the 2020-2021 GIST program will be held online. Please learn more and sign up today!

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Bell employees from the VFS Southwest Chapter organized the Inaugural Forum STEM Day at the 73rd VFS Annual Forum and Technology Display in Fort Worth, Texas on May 11, 2017.


Boeing logoBoeing employees from the VFS Arizona Chapter organized the 2nd Forum STEM Day at the 74th VFS Annual Forum and Technology Display in Phoenix, Arizona on May 17, 2018.