The board of directors of the Comerica Charitable Foundation has approved a $500 grant in support of technology classes at the Information Technology Empowerment, a Lansing nonprofit offering classes in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The Information Technology Empowerment Center in Lansing has been awarded a $7,500 grant from the PNC Foundation to improve skills for at-risk Lansing K-12 students in after-school programs and summer camps in science, technology, engineering and math.
The Dart Foundation recently reaffirmed its long-term partnership with Lansing’s Information Technology Empowerment Center with a $15,000 contribution to support ITEC programs for at-risk youth.
The Information Technology Empowerment Center and the Consumers Energy Foundation are partnering in an effort to empower Lansing K-12 students in after-school programs and summer camps designed to increase interest and proficiency in science, technology, engineering and math through innovative, IT-based tools.
The new three R’s are spelled S-T-E-M. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math, and the Information Technology Empowerment Center (ITEC) is partnering with more than a dozen community groups to kick off Lansing’s first STEM Week, Nov. 26-30.
The Lansing tech nonprofit ITEC is inspiring local youth to become the next great engineers, programmers and movie makers through fun and interactive technology summer camps. Kids will build and bring to life Lego robots, plan, film and edit their own movies, and design and play their own video games.
Lansing’s Information Technology Empowerment Center welcome three new employees three new board members and a new intern in preparation for an exciting new year.