June 23, 2021

 

Women and Drones and NPS-DDP are proud to announce their partnership supporting the Women and Drones STEM outreach program. This partnership will provide drone access to students to enhance their knowledge base. As new technology comes in and older drones get shelved, recycling donated drones will assist STEM programs across the country.

Women and Drones is the leading membership organization dedicated to driving excellence in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industries with a core mission “To increase female participation in the economic opportunities of the industry.” Through voluntary donations from the private, corporate, and community sectors, NPS-DDP seeks to provide public safety departments nationwide with UAV/UAS technology with their mission to provide “Eyes in the Sky for Every Department in Need.”

For more information about the partnership for STEM Education, visit:  About our Partnership.

While NPS-DDP appreciates each donation received from both private and corporate sectors, these donations may not be sufficient for deployment into the field. The strategic partnership between Women and Drones and NPS-DDP will afford the opportunity to launch and implement the Drones for Education program that will assist Women and Drones in procuring the technology for this program.

For more information about the program and apply for one of our Drones for STEM Education, visit: Partnering to Support STEM.

Company Details

About Women and Drones Women And Drones is the leading membership organization dedicated to driving excellence in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) industry by advocating for female participation in this dynamic segment of the global economy.  We partner with companies committed to an inclusive culture where women can thrive. We also provide Drone Flight Services including aerial imagery and drone product beta testing.  Our female-focused educational programs range from kindergarten to career in efforts to balance the gender equation in the industry now, as well as for the future of flight. Find out more by visiting www.WomenandDrones.com.