Mastercard is granting kids free access to its STEM curriculum, Girls4Tech, via a suite of fresh online and creative educational resources. The programme, according to the company, has been set up to aid parents and teachers to engage and inspire children, ages 8 to 12.
Via the freshly launched site, Girls4Tech Connect, and activities made in collaboration with its education partner, Scholastic, Mastercard revealed that teachers and parents will be able to download lessons to help students learn about STEM topics right from their houses or wherever across the globe.
Vice President of Community Engagement at Mastercard, and Founder of Girls4Tech, Susan Warner, had this to say, “We know that these are challenging times for parents and teachers on many fronts and hope that these learning resources are a fun way to engage and inspire kids about STEM while at home.”
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“The easy access to the website enhances what we’ve done in so many workshops. We look forward to building on both efforts when it’s once again safe to gather in person.”
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