Cricket Media Highlights eMentoring Programs at 2018 National Title I Conference

TryEngineering Together partners with corporations to match company employee volunteers with students in grades 3-5
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Today at the 2018 National Title I Conference, Cricket Media highlighted its corporate eMentoring programs for students in low income communities. Launching this month, TryEngineering Together™ leverages Cricket Media content and STEM enthusiast eMentors to put students on the path to STEM careers.

TryEngineering Together partners with corporations to match company employee volunteers with students in grades 3-5, particularly those in economically disadvantaged communities, in 1:1 “eMentoring” relationships to create STEM learning experiences.

Students and eMentors participating in TryEngineering Together might collaborate to explore the wonders of flight, learn about how wind energy helps to preserve the planet, or how inventions are shaping the future. 

Learn more at  www.crickettogether.com and tryengineeringtogether.com/.

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