Alpha Testing’s Founder’s Award is given annually to those who best epitomize the Mission, Vision, and Core Values of Alpha. Congratulations to this year’s recipients: Henok Abebe and Samson Ayalew (Dallas), Nicole Hall (Fort Worth), Mark Lanham (Houston), and Andrew Lamb (San Antonio).
Our Alpha Testing family has been celebrating the Christmas season over the past two weeks. From bowling to mechanical bulls to go karts, and of course a photo booth or three, a great time was had at each office’s party. Take a look at some pics from the events in the slideshow below!
Our offices celebrated Thanksgiving last week with their annual Thanksgiving potlucks! Click through the slideshow below for photos from the celebrations.
The ladies of Alpha Testing’s Houston office were thinking pink this week, wearing pink Alpha shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
If you’d like to support breast cancer research, treatment, or support, click here for a list of the top breast cancer charities in the United States.
In celebration of National Taco Day, we’ve rounded up some of the best places to get your taco fix in our service regions. Check them out below, and let us know what your favorites are!
To learn about National Taco Day, visit https://www.nationaltacoday.com/.
Your social media feed undoubtedly has been flooded with this year’s back to school pictures, but we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to show off our Alpha family! Click through the slideshow to see our Alpha kiddos on their first days of school. You can even check out our previous Back to School posts from 2018, 2017, and 2016 and see how much some of them have changed!
This week marks the 50th anniversary of
the Apollo 11 lunar landing, and Space Center Houston is celebrating all week long! The highlight of the celebrations will be a day long outdoor festival on July 20th, including a Family STEM Zone, book signings, Apollo-themed learning experiences, and a concert featuring WALK THE MOON and Phillip Phillips. Click here for schedule and ticket information.
Did you know Alpha has worked on multiple projects at Johnson Space Center? One of these projects is Building 21 (pictured below), the Human Health and Performance Laboratory. This facility houses the biomedical research team which supports astronaut health, safety and performance. This team will be integral to NASA’s future explorations, including creating technologies that will one day allow humans to travel to Mars!