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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | FEB. 23 2022 | Baltimore, MD –
With a vision for the future of Baltimore, Brian James is gearing up to present a cumulative education plan for Baltimore teens interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
The presentation will be made during the National Action Network Greater Baltimore Chapter‘s Black History Celebration, Saturday, February 26th at the Arena Player’s theater in downtown Baltimore. “We are BMORE4Ward and that’s exactly what we plan on doing. Helping to move our youth forward and their innocent visions of innovation,” James shares. “We are the bridge builders and your support is what makes this possible.”
BMORE4Ward is a cumulative campaign designed to connect Baltimore teenagers to stimulating STEM education modules from NASA, Oregon State University, Morgan State University, and other leaders in the industries. It’s also designed to introduce teens to others with similar interests and provide resources to help them cultivate a community of Baltimore’s future leaders. A place where they can be inspire and inspire. ‘4Ward’ will connect Baltimore’s brightest minds with some of the city’s current leaders and allow them to be inspired by the footsteps of the leaders before them.
“Our program pledges to inspire those minds and encourage them to entertain those questions they have,” James continues. “It pledges to help Baltimore families by creating STEM education and employment opportunities and it pledges to return Baltimore into the list of the top ten cities in STEM industries. It pledges to honor our history with a delicate and detailed approach to our future. It pledges to be there for our youth.”
The campaign looks to take flight Spring 2022. More information about the program and registration coming soon.