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Howard University Preps Minority Males for a Future in STEM

By Jade Kim, Operations Administrator at Base 11

We all know the importance of cultivating a student’s love of STEM at an early age, but how exactly can we do that? Howard University provides one example. As one of the 24 participating universities in the Verizon Innovative Learning for Minority Males program, they are providing middle-school minority boys with first-hand experience and valuable mentorship in technology, design, and beyond, allowing them to grow and explore their passions for STEM. To learn more about how Howard is helping to pave these students’ paths to a future in STEM, check out this article from ABC 7.

To learn more about the partnership between Base 11 and Verizon, click here.



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