The Boys and Girls Club of North Central North Carolina in Oxford, NC is utilizing STEAM Education through GIENC® and is actively working towards their shared mission of building brighter futures in the community. The use of STEAM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) is becoming increasingly popular in after-school programs across the country, as it helps to develop critical thinking skills and provides exposure to potential future career paths. The Boys and Girls Club's implementation of STEAM Education through its partnership with GIENC is specifically designed to provide hands-on learning experiences that engage students in problem-solving digital activities. The program focuses on providing access to technology and other resources that many students might not have access to otherwise, helping to bridge the digital divide and promote equity in education. Through their partnership with GIENC, the Boys and Girls Club is able to offer a unique learning experience that is tailored to the needs of their local community, helping to create a brighter future for all involved.
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