Promoting STEM

Promoting STEM Education

Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are key disciplines driving the growth of the world economy. Honda believes it is important to encourage young people to pursue these areas of study, and supporting educational opportunities in these disciplines is a major focus of the American Honda Foundation.

Recent Funding for STEM Education

Children Youth and Family Collaborative (CYFC)
Los Angeles, California
Boys Uplifted (B-UP) STEM Element Program
$50,000
www.cyfcla.org

DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation
Washington, DC
DC Inquiry-Based Learning (DCIBL)
$60,000
www.cyitc.org

Delaware Foundation for Science and Mathematics Education
Wilmington, Delaware
NBC Learn News Archives on Demand
$60,000
www.DFSME.net

Foundation for Science and Mathematics Education
New Orleans, Louisiana
Comprehensive Academic Enhancement Program
$30,000
www.nolascienceandmath.org

Girls Incorporated of Alameda County
San Leandro, California
All STARS Build It
$40,000
www.girlsinc-alameda.org

Los Angeles Unified School District-Beyond the Bell Branch
Los Angeles, California
Take Action-Cyber Careers (TA2C) Program
$60,000
www.lausd.net

Rainier Scholars
Seattle, Washington
Academic Enrichment Program
$60,000
www.rainierscholars.org

United Way of the Bluegrass
Lexington, Kentucky
STEM Infusion
$60,000
www.uwbg.org

Urban League of Battle Creek
Battle Creek, Michigan
Sojourner Truth Girls Academy (STGA)
$23,500
www.ulbc.org

W.R.O.T.E. (We’re Reaching Out to Educate)
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Science and Math Alive!
$28,356
http://habg.org

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