MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mad Science Group, world leader of interactive science enrichment for children, announced a Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) program to deliver Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (“STEM”) workshops in the United States, following today’s debut in Wilton, CT of a collaborative STEM education program for children, previously launched in the Netherlands during 2022. Watch our latest videos to understand why Mad Science is committed to providing STEM enrichment, launching this CSR initiative, and more.
Building on Mad Science’s mission to inspire children’s curiosity and lifelong innovation skills, this CSR initiative benefits businesses, by aligning sustainability and climate action goals with a measurable path of community-based impact investing. Businesses can now partner with Mad Science to provide STEM workshops and other CSR offerings to inspire children and their parents, while accelerating sustainable development progress. Mad Science offers unique employee engagement opportunities for corporate partners, supporting staff retention.
“It is critical to demystify science and provide children with real-world skill sets that prepare future generations to become innovators and inventors,” noted Shafik Mina, Mad Science President. “Our CSR program facilitates corporate philanthropy designed to close the gender gap and inspire children towards STEM-related careers.”
“Mad Science is excited to introduce this large-scale initiative, partnering with businesses to make a unique difference in their communities by delivering planet friendly ESG and CSR messages to millions of children and their parents,” commented Ariel Shlien, Mad Science Co-Founder and CEO.
“As a company that has been active in technical and STEM-education for a long time, ASML is proud to collaborate with Mad Science to bring our ASML Junior Academy program to the United States. This year we will offer free, engaging technology workshops to elementary school students in Connecticut within our ambition to introduce technology to students on a large scale,” said ASML’s Brian Amaro, Program Manager, Society & Community Engagement.
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Founded in 1985, Mad Science is the world leader in hands-on science enrichment for children aged 3-12. The firm’s STEM workshops have reached over 25,000 schools and over 5 million students across 20 countries. Based in Montreal, Canada, Mad Science’s grassroots franchisee network spans over 3,500 dynamic instructors worldwide.