Montana Ambassadors are making great strides with STEM education in Montana schools
|June 25, 2013||View for printing|
Isn't it amazing how just one simple act of kindness can make the world of difference to a child?
And isn't it amazing how this simple act of kindness brings out the best in us as adults?
Knowing your affirmative reactions to both questions, I am honored to say that you, our MT Ambassadors http://montanaambassadors.com/ , have bridged the gap between those who don't have and those who do have, in Montana's Schools.
Throughout the state, Ambassadors have been volunteering time, energy, and money to move STEM education forward in our schools. This movement, provided by SAE and the World In Motion Program (AWIM), is making a huge difference in the science and engineering curriculum within our schools. Parents, teachers, school administrators, and community members have mentioned how their children are "turned on", "excited", and "engaged" with Math and Science. It is amazing and it is remarkable! And it is all because of you!
From Alberton to Rocky Boy and from Kindergarten to College, be assured that the future generation of Montana engineers will be well equipped to tackle the important issues of tomorrow. AWIM provides for such diverse thinking and intellectual stimulation and these programs are available due to your generosity. Thank you, Montana Ambassadors. You've hosted workshops during this past school year in a variety of locations throughout the entire state.
Here is just a "glimpse" of some locales where A World In Motion has been implemented: Billings, Missoula, Bozeman, Butte, Helena, Kalispell, Great Falls, Sidney/Lambert, Polson, Hamilton, Noxon, Flathead, Dillon, Deer Lodge, Colstrip, Lame Deer, Harlowton, and Lolo. [Believe me, there are more!]
Congratulations! You've made a significant difference.
Thanks for all you do to support kids, families and communities in our state. Your STEM programs truly make a difference!
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