HEMET – September marked the launch of “Gearing Up For STEM” Mentor Protégé Workshops hosted by Community Outreach Ministry, a nonprofit organization that has helped thousands of at-risk children since 2000.
The organization provides positive social, safety, educational and vocational opportunities to at-risk, needy and children impacted by parental incarceration. Their mission is to help break the cycle of incarceration and reduce juvenile delinquency. Area students in both middle school and high school were eligible to join-in the event that marks the third STEM workshops held by the ministry this year.
The two-hour, science, technology engineering and mathematics event took place at Aspire Community Day School in Hemet, Sept. 19, and included Marc Ang, an educator and CEO