By: Norhan Mahmoud
CAIRO, Dec. 5 (SEE)- The American Aircraft Manufacturing Company Boeing in cooperation with World Learning Organization announced its plan to establish a STEM Center in Egypt in 2019.
Through this collaboration, both organizations aim to boost Egypt’s workforce by empowering and weaponizing youth with the needed skills and knowledge. The program targets 12 to 16 years old students and is forecasted to serve and inspire 12k learners in its first three years.
STEM centers offer a fun-learning environment in which students are educated about the four pillars of an advanced society; science, technology, engineering and maths in an interactive way.
World Learning is a non-profit international organization that focuses on knowledge, education and exchanging programs.
We are creating a Boeing STEM Center in Egypt next year, with @WorldLearning, to serve around 12 thousand community members, primarily students, in 3 years.
— Boeing Middle East (@BoeingMidEast) December 3, 2018