To help the Oklahoma Science and Engineering Foundation teach science, engineering, math and team skills to Oklahoma youth, AT&T announced recently a $5,000 contribution in support of their efforts.
“Science, math, and engineering are the skills our workforce will require in years to come, and the efforts of the Oklahoma Science and Engineering Foundation to teach these skills to Oklahoma’s youth couldn’t be more important to the future of our state,” says AT&T Oklahoma President Bryan Gonterman. “We believe very strongly in our obligation to give back and to invest in organizations that are investing in our future, so we are very pleased to be able to make this contribution to support the work of the Oklahoma Science and Engineering Foundation.”
The $5,000 AT&T Foundation contribution is being made to Oklahoma Science and Engineering Foundation and will go toward their mission of training tomorrow’s engineers today. According to the grant announcement, the contribution supports the teaching of science, engineering, math, and team skills to youth to prepare them to transition and be successful in high school. The Foundation will manage a statewide championship competition for the children to show their learned skills.