The Spring 2021 Newsletter is now available. Highlights from this issue:
- President’s Column
- Club News
- First Virtual ARC Holiday Party
- Corporate News
- Regional Office ARC News
- Updates from AFCU
- Member Articles
- Notes from the Editor
Click ARC Spring 2021 Newsletter to download the newsletter.
The Aerospace Company Store is now open to retirees. Click HERE to see what’s available including 60th Anniversary items and click HERE for FAQ.
ARC recently received the following note from Lianne Mcginley, Associate Director – Corporate Social Responsibility.
Aerospace would like to thank the Aerospace Retirees for contributing to the Aerospace STEM Endowment. Please see what’s been happening with the AeroScholars. Click HERE for the newsletter.
The California Science Center is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join their Volunteer Team!
Guest Services Air and Space Hosts are needed to share their extensive knowledge with museum guests who visit exhibits located in the Samuel Oschin Space Shuttle Endeavour Pavilion, SKETCH Air and Space Gallery, Endeavour Together: Parts & People, as well as other exhibit and program information at the California Science Center.
Each year over 1 million guests come through their doors, making the Science Center one of the most visited museums in the nation. Families, adults, and school children on field trips tour the permanent galleries, special exhibitions, view live demonstrations and watch IMAX films where science is the star. Your help is needed.
For more information, please visit the California Science Center’s website https://californiasciencecenter.org/. Interested applicants may also phone (213)744-2002 or email to VolunteerDept@cscmail.org.
Aerospace volunteers are needed to help out at the nearby El Segundo Flight Path Museum and Learning Center. The Aerospace Corporation played a key role in renovating their existing aviation display to include the history of aerospace with a focus on what happens here in the El Segundo area. This museum is open to the public and free. Young students are brought there every day to see, learn and be inspired by the displays. The museum is looking for volunteers to conduct tours, greet people and help out with building displays. Soon there will be a piece of reentered space debris with background related information displayed in the outdoor foyer that is on loan to them from The Aerospace Corp.
FLIGHT PATH MUSEUM Volunteer Flyer
Please contact Mary Ellen Vojtek at 310-336-5471 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.