Verizon Offers STEM Camp for Middle School Boys at Morgan State University

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Verizon Offers STEM Camp for Middle School Boys at Morgan State University

By: Daniel Leaderman
Background, left to right: Rose Kirk, Verizon Foundation President, Tony Lewis, Verizon Vice President of State Government Affairs and Dr. David Wilson, Morgan State University President. Foreground, left to right: Minority Male Makers students Donovan, Ayo and Loden share 3D printed objects with Mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at the Verizon Minority Male Makers showcase event in Baltimore Maryland, July 14, 2015. Photo credit: Morgan State University.

Background, left to right: Rose Kirk, Verizon Foundation President, Tony Lewis, Verizon Vice President of State Government Affairs and Dr. David Wilson, Morgan State University President. Foreground, left to right: Minority Male Makers students Donovan, Ayo and Loden share 3D printed objects with Mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at the Verizon Minority Male Makers showcase event in Baltimore Maryland, July 14, 2015. Photo credit: Morgan State University.

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A summer program at Morgan State University is trying to encourage young, black males to study science and engineering and prepare them for careers in technology and entrepreneurship. The Minority Male Makers program offers more than 40 male students from middle schools near the university a chance to learn 3D design and printing skills...

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Keywords: Education | Events, Media & Communications | Innovation & Technology | Middle School | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | STEM | Social Impact & Volunteering | Verizon | african american | baltimore | boys

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