“Launching rockets is…rocket science,” says Michael Gass, ULA CEO. “We take our work very seriously, and our commitment to our communities is paramount. We support a culture of giving back and working hard to serve as an effective and engaged corporate citizen.”
The U.S. currently lags behind other developed countries when it comes to the number of undergraduates earning math, science and engineering degrees. This has a direct impact on America’s technological and economic competitiveness, and negatively affects the aerospace industry.
United Launch Alliance is committed to a robust corporate citizenship program that primarily targets the need to excite our next generation of engineers, focusing primarily on K-12 science and math education. ULA is engaged in schools in all of our communities, working hard to inspire the rocket scientists of tomorrow.
United Launch Alliance’s multi-faceted corporate citizenship program includes sponsorships, volunteerism, and a commitment to the United Way at all sites in Colorado, Alabama, California, Florida and Texas.
Since the formation of United Launch Alliance in December 2006, the company has focused its contributions in the area of K-12 education, specifically math and science programming.