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“The Professional Member Education Committee shall develop and recommend to the Board policies and procedures relating to the educational needs of the Aerospace Community.” ..........AIAA Bylaws 5.4.13

The vision of the PMEC is to be the leading provider of Professional Development resources and opportunities for the Aerospace Community.

The mission of the PMEC is to promote, provide, and develop knowledge, skills, and capabilities within the aerospace community. The Professional Member Education Committee shall develop and recommend to the Board policies and procedures relating to the educational needs of the Aerospace Community.

 General Committee Information

PMEC Committee Membership Attachment
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 11/9/2009 12:21 PM
 

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Inside Aerospace Conference 2009 - Workforce Development Recommendations Attachment
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 11/9/2009 12:34 PM
 
Inside Aerospace Conference 2008 - Workforce Development Recommendation Attachment
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 11/9/2009 12:32 PM
 
AIAA White Papers on Education Attachment
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 11/9/2009 12:26 PM
 

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