New Orleans City Business: STEM NOLA gets $2.79M grant to expand education programs

A New Orleans nonprofit that advances opportunities for young people and people of color in science, technology, engineering and mathematics has received a federal grant to expand its programs.

STEM NOLA received $2.79 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to help serve families across the Gulf South that are connected to the military. It is the nonprofit’s largest award to date and is part of the National Defense Education Program Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics awards, which granted a total of 12 awards this year, totaling $31 million over a three-year period.

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