The need for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education has been identified as a critical need since the 1950s. NEUAV works with technical and educational organizations to bring STEM-based drone curricula to students of all ages.
Women make up less that 6% of the more than 60,000 current drone pilots in the United States. A major focus for NEUAV is encouraging women and girls to pursue a career in the drone industry.
NEUAV is a veteran owned company that supports other veteran entrepreneurs with remote pilot training through on-site and online programs.
Although the drone industry has grown exponentially in the last decade, the need for technically trained drone pilots is not being met.
NEUAV is committed to developing a professionally trained workforce through educational and professional development opportunities customized to meet organizational needs.
Founded at the very beginning of civilian drone adoption NEUAV has grown along with the industry and specialize in educational opportunities at high school, college and professional levels.