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Electrify America Invests $1.6M in STEM & Workforce Dev.

This brings the company’s total funding of STEM and workforce development to more than $3 million since 2021.

Gentex Establishes Charitable Giving Foundation

The new foundation also has established a scholarship for female high school seniors pursuing a degree in STEM areas.

Conference Held to Inspire Girls to Pursue STEM Careers

Universal Technical Institute and IGNITE Worldwide recently hosted a panel of successful women to encourage students to broaden their education, apply for tuition grants.

TechForce, Penske Truck to Unveil Mobile STEM Career Center

The STEM Career Center takes hands-on experiences on the road to inspire young people around the country.

Bendix Parent Sponsors STEM Bootcamp For Young Women In Mexico

Close to 100 attendees joined the interactive virtual workshop, including 30 at Bendix’s manufacturing facility in Acuña.

NASCAR Partners With NSTA To Launch New Science Curriculum

The racing-themed science lessons will be available free of charge to educators nationwide on

Toyota Invests $1.7M To Diversify Engineering Workforce

Beginning Fall 2021, 35 students over a five-year period will be selected to receive full-tuition scholarships.

Toyota Revs Up Support For E-Learning Across US

Launch of immersive education hub to inspire exploration of careers in advanced manufacturing.

Cristo Rey High School Educator Named 2019 Axalta All-Pro Teacher Of The Year

Ten teachers were honored at the fifth-annual celebration by Axalta and the Philadelphia Eagles.

Jimmie Johnson And Ally Team Up To Help Get Kids On Track For Success

The “Ally Fueling Futures” program introduces high school students to motorsports careers and money basics.

PPG Partners With Boys & Girls Clubs Of Western PA To Introduce Students To Careers In AI, STEM-Related Fields

More than 40 students and approximately 75 PPG IT employee volunteers participated in the inaugural PPG AIPI & Teen Accelerator program in early August at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania’s Lawrenceville and Carnegie locations.

The First All-Female Auto Racing Team For High School Students

Athena Racing provides STEM education on the race track proving the theories taught in science, technology, engineering and math classes.