GME Supports STEM

Written by Kuaji Hill

January 5, 2021

Founder and CEO Jimmy Neal Supports The STEM Future Foundation –  Summer Science Program 

The 2019 Science Summer Program,- “We All Win With STEM” Competition Day was held June 4th  at Cherrywood Elementary School in San Jose.  Godfather Motorbike Extraordinaire, partnered with the Future STEM Foundation and the Frankenberg Family Foundation to provide access to educational tools in science and math through group activities to encourage students to embrace STEM career choices.

All of the students received GME goodie bags filled with school supplies: pens, mechanical pencils, crayons, books and fun things too for the summer:  paddle boards, Nerf balls, basketballs, bats and baseballs, raquetball paddles, puzzles and items for beach or pool fun. The competition offered a chance to win $150.00 Foot Locker Gift Certificate, and a chance to advance to the state competition to win a Nintendo Switch as the grand prize for the state championship.

Snacks were also served as well as a red carpet interview for the youngsters to discuss their projects pertaining to their career goals.

The 2019 Science Summer Program,- “We All Win With STEM” Competition Day was held June 4th  at Cherrywood Elementary School in San Jose.  Godfather Motorbike Extraordinaire, partnered with the Future STEM Foundation and the Frankenberg Family Foundation to provide access to educational tools in science and math through group activities to encourage students to embrace STEM career choices.

All of the students received GME goodie bags filled with school supplies: pens, mechanical pencils, crayons, books and fun things too for the summer:  paddle boards, Nerf balls, basketballs, bats and baseballs, raquetball paddles, puzzles and items for beach or pool fun. The competition offered a chance to win $150.00 Foot Locker Gift Certificate, and a chance to advance to the state competition to win a Nintendo Switch as the grand prize for the state championship.

Snacks were also served as well as a red carpet interview for the youngsters to discuss their projects pertaining to their career goals.

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