MdBio recently received a contribution from AT&T to support STEM education initiatives and direct service programs that serve students in grades 7-12 in underserved communities.
The programs will include the ATLAS college and career symposium and school-based programs designed to engage students about lucrative career opportunities in STEM fields. Thanks to the AT&T grant, MdBio Foundation will serve nearly 1,250 middle and high school students in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County, Maryland.
“Through AT&T Aspire we provide and support opportunities for STEM learning that will meet the needs of the future workforce,” said Denis Dunn, president, AT&T Maryland. “We’re proud to support this program knowing that it will empower these students to reach their full potential.”
Brian Gaines, CEO, MdBio Foundation, added: "MdBio is thrilled to receive this contribution from AT&T and continue our partnership. The support from AT&T allows us to provide transformative, hands-on STEM education opportunities and connect students to STEM industry professionals. These programs open doors to students in underserved communities and prepare them for today’s workforce.”
MdBio Foundation sparks interest in life-changing career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for underserved communities. Through its flagship mobile laboratory program and other immersive learning experiences, MdBio serves approximately 10,000 Maryland students per year.
For more information visit www.mdbiofoundation.org.
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