BALTIMORE SEMAA 2014 Recipient

BALTIMORE SEMAA 2014 Recipient

 

BALTIMORE SEMAA (Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Aerospace Academy)

               MCBF has awarded a $1,500 grant to the above non-profit for this NASA inspired and developed program, started in 2000, which exposes historically underrepresented youth to activities in the STEM field and to increase the number of these students enrolling in science, mathematics, engineering and technology related majors in college.  The project is needed to expose underserved youth to science, math, engineering and aerospace careers to encourage them to enter college with a view to pursuing these types of careers.  The project consists of Saturday classes for students in grades K through 12 in Baltimore City and in surrounding counties, as well.  It is a free program historically supported by NASA grant funding, with facilities supported by Morgan State University.  Due to changes in NASA grant funding additional funds were needed to continue this very unique and worthwhile program.  Last year, we learned of this program and gave them a grant.  We are pleased to repeat a grant award this year.  For more information, Google SEMAA, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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