AT&T supports STEM programs to accelerate progress for young minds

AT&T continues to support organizations across the country that connect young people to STEM education.

During the summer, we were proud to host the Girls Who Code summer immersion program in El Segundo. Each week of the program covers projects related to computer science, including art, storytelling, robotics, video games and websites. In addition, the Los Angeles GWC cohort visited the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Amazon Studios and spent time with AT&T’s Hello Lab team. To learn more, click here.

We also recently contributed $25,000 to expand the Girl Scout Leadership Experience in Greater Los Angeles to help ensure young women will have a space for active learning around STEM. AT&T’s support will help create the GSGLA Leadership Center in Inglewood, which will serve as a program hub for nearly 20,000 girls, grades K–12, in addition to 8,000 adult volunteers in the surrounding communities. To learn more, click here.

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