Co-Founder of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEMGuyana) initiative Karen Abrams has told the Stabroek Business that the response of young Guyanese to last Saturday’s first ever National Robotics and Technology Exhibition at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall more than justifies both the government and the private sector throwing their full weight behind the project by providing various forms of support to help take it forward.
“At a time when we hear so many negatives above the level of interest shown by our young people in constructive pursuits, I think that the attendance and the activities at the Sports Hall on Saturday compel us to rethink our perception of them,” Abrams said.
The Atlanta-based Guyanese, who, last year, initiated the widely commended STEM Summer Camp out of which came the creation of STEMGuyana, said that the immediate objective of STEMGuyana is to take the initiative to …to continue reading this article, please subscribe. Already a subscriber ? Sign In