Nissan Donates $250,000 to ‘A World In Motion’
During the SAE World Congress Annual Banquet held last month in Detroit, Nissan Motor Company’s Toshiyuki Shiga announced that Nissan will donate $250,000 to A World In Motion program. The A World In Motion program is an award-winning, industry volunteer-assisted program that brings science, technology, engineering and math education to life in the classroom for students K-12.
“Nissan is proud to partner with the SAE Foundation to sustain the roll-out of the A World In Motion® curriculum,” Carla Bailo, Senior VP of Research & Development for Nissan America, told media. “We live in a technology-based world, so giving children the tools they need to help them understand science and math concepts is vitally important. These innovative materials may help to launch a new generation of engineers, scientists and problem solvers.”
Since 1990, more than 4 million students have benefited from this program. More than 65,000 activity kits have been provided to teachers and volunteers, and more than 20,000 engineers, scientists and technology professionals have volunteered.
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