Better Tomorrows, a dedicated organization committed to providing educational opportunities for underserved communities, is thrilled to announce a groundbreaking partnership with Students 2 Science. Thanks to this collaboration, Students 2 Science will be extending its renowned experiential learning program to students residing in affordable housing communities in Newark, NJ and Scranton, PA.
Scheduled to run from January 17th through March 31st, the program will offer students a unique chance to engage in hands-on lab experiments led by the passionate and knowledgeable instructors from Science 2 Students. This initiative aligns with Better Tomorrows’ mission to empower students with valuable STEM education experiences, fostering curiosity and enthusiasm for scientific exploration.
“We are excited about the possibilities that this partnership with Students 2 Science brings to our students in Newark and Scranton,” said Pat Schwartz, President and CEO of Better Tomorrows. “Access to STEM learning opportunities is a significant step towards empowering our students and opening doors to a brighter future.”
The program will provide a dynamic and interactive learning environment, allowing students to explore and develop a deeper understanding of science concepts. Better Tomorrows looks forward to witnessing the positive impact this collaboration will have on the educational journey of the participating students.
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About Students 2 Science:
Students 2 Science is a leading provider of experiential learning opportunities, dedicated to fostering a love for science and discovery among students. With engaging lab experiments and knowledgeable instructors, the organization aims to make learning a dynamic and interactive experience. For more information, visit Students 2 Science.