April 2015 - S2S/JS2S/eS2S
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On The Move Magazine

Our Month of the Military Child issue is here!
This is a great issue that highlights 10 military kids
and their heartwarming stories!

Click on the link below to read the latest digital version.

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JS2S Challenge

Did you "Purple Up" for military kids on April 15th? We want to see photos of students from your school dressed in purple. Remember, the winner will receive our new JS2S t-shirts for their team (30 t-shirt limit). Send photos no later than May 10th to


S2S Challenge

Share your Month of the Military Child Event with MCEC.  Send a brief report detailing the event and pictures by May 10th to The winner will be selected to attend ouNational Training Seminar, July 30 & 31, 2015,  in Washington, DC.

You won't want to miss this opportunity!


Frances Hesselbein
Student Leadership Program

The 2015 FHSLP attendees had an amazing experience
that was both fun and educational.

Do you like what you see?
Like us on Facebook for more pictures!
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SAIC Donation Expands MCEC Mission

MCEC would like to give a huge thank you to the Science Applications International Corporation for donating a generous $175,000 to our mission!
IC announced earlier last month that it will be donating $175,000 to the MCEC as a part of their commitment to support military-connected children and their families. SAIC sponsors several MCEC programs including the National Training Seminar, Student to Student (S2S), Tell Me a Story, the Frances Hesselbein Student Leadership Program, and the Bernard Curtis Brown II Memorial Space Camp Scholarship Program. MCEC is grateful for the continued support of SAIC and looks forward to partnering with SAIC, an industry leader and technology integrator.

Friendly Reminder

Change can be exciting!  We are looking for new ways to improve and sustain each schools' program. A "Letter Of Agreement" was sent to school principals and superintendents and leaders were asked for a commitment to sustain their programs. We want to hear from you! Please return the letter, it can be sent via email or regular mail.

MCEC wants to provide support to programs like the Frances Hesselbein Student Leadership Program, National Training Seminar (NTS) activities, and develop new resources like webinars for your teams.  Help us , help you!

Click Here to take the survey.

- Debra Longley
Student Program Manager

Video Submissions
Falcon High School, Falcon, Colorado
Check out Falcon High School's "Bro hemian Rhapsody",
we appreciate their creativity and dedication to S2S.
Want to show off your skills? Send us a video!
Stacey Jr./Sr. High School, San Antonio, Texas
Check out this video of their Service Project of the Month.
Keep up the great work!

  Time to Mix-It-Up
Falcon High school submitted these pictures for our
April Mix-It-Up Month of the Military Child.
Their school was visited by military recruiters. 

 Registration is now open! 

  Join us for our 2015 National Training Seminar, July 30-31.
Click here to find out more and to register.

The GE Leaders Guide can be distributed to
principals, superintendents, military leaders etc.
Download here
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