The 316th Wing Public Affairs Office is looking for Airmen who enjoy getting out in the community to share their Air Force stories.
The 316th Wing Speaker's Bureau is now accepting requests for speakers from external public organizations. The purpose of the Speaker's Bureau is to match senior 316th Wing leaders and Airmen from all ranks - civilian, officer and enlisted - with interested audiences in an effort to foster understanding of the Air Force mission. This program is focused on community outreach activities in and around the National Capital Region, and can be a valuable resource for clubs and organizations to learn more about the Air Force and the people responsible for our mission.
316th Wing speakers are invited to speak on a wide variety of subjects, including:
- Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM)
- Air Force history
- Air Force medicine and health professions
- Leadership and management
- Air Force career or educational opportunities
- Air Force Academy, ROTC and Officer Training School
- Civil Service opportunities
- Communications and computers
- Ethnic heritage and history
- Women in the Air Force
From training to your daily missions to personal experiences, 316th Wing Airmen now have the opportunity to tell audiences throughout the NCR about the Air Force by joining the 316th Wing Speaker's Bureau.
If you would like to share your story or enjoy speaking about any of the topics listed, please fill out the participation form and contact the 316th Wing Public Affairs office at 240-612-4428, or send an email to 316WG.PA.COMMUNITYENGAGEMENT.US.AF.MIL.
If you would like to request Airmen to speak at your event, please fill out the request form and email it to: 316WG.PA.COMMUNITYENGAGEMENT.US.AF.MIL.