On June 3rd, 2017 Next Century Corporation hosted a free event for 60 girls aged 8-14 to learn about technology and computers.
This event was initially created by Next Century in 2010 in an effort to educate young women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines. A valuable goal was to expose STEM at an early age to provide first-hand knowledge that can be applied to future career possibilities.
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Next Century is pleased to share that the company has been recognized on The Washington Post “Top Workplaces” list for the third consecutive year! In its fourth annual rankings, the Post highlights employers with the highest employee survey ratings in the Greater Washington, D.C. area. The Washington Post celebrated the 2017 Top Workplaces at an event on Thursday, June 15 and featured Next Century and the other winners in a special section of the paper on Sunday, June 18th. Well done, Next Centurions! For more information, visit The Washington Post.
Global security means local problems
Security, Intelligence, Space, Cyber, & Politics
”Think global, act local” is a common mantra that is equally applicable to national security. How so? Mike Rogers discussed the rapid changes of technology, the emergence of new (and old) national security problems, and how the nexus of technology and security will change the way we look at and interact with the world. From Russian information operations in Europe and abroad to China’s expansionist foreign policy, from conflict in cyber and outer space to economic development and innovation, challenges that seem far away have an impact here at home. He covered the issues from the lighter side to the sobering reality we now face, and chart a way forward.
Join Next Century by the NBP food trucks for a FREE cup of warm apple cider or delicious hot chocolate!
When: November 16th, 2016
Where: 141 NBP/Sentinel Drive
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm