For the third year in a row, EVS Metal’s East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania metal fabrication facility renewed their support of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) education by offering students of Stroudsburg Middle School invaluable exposure to its resources via a $3000 grant to the National Museum of Industrial History’s (NMIH) Future Innovators Fund.
This grant covers the cost of admission to the museum for nearly 400 public school students, allowing them to explore the connection between America’s industrial past alongside the present and ever-changing world of technological innovation.
The NMIH Future Innovators Fund is a program to which donors contribute to help students experience S.T.E.A.M. and social history learning opportunities in a non-classroom setting. Donations, like the grant from EVS Metal, help to offset the cost of school field trips and other programs for eligible local schools.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to support the young people in our community by giving them access to the National Museum of Industrial History,” said Joe Amico, Vice President of EVS Metal. “It’s our hope that visits to NMIH inspire these students to consider careers in related fields such as manufacturing and fabrication and become our future industry leaders.”