Bank of America brings hands-on learning to preschoolers
Bank of America Merrill Lynch held a conference for its top financial advisors, during which it partnered with United Way of Miami-Dade on a volunteer project; building more than 900 science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) kits to benefit children in our new Quality Counts Neighborhood Learning Network grant.
Following the conference, several executives from Merrill Lynch’s Southeast division brought the STEAM kits to life with 3-and 4-year-old students at the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education. Together, everyone learned about motion, gravity, chemical reactions and electricity, while experimenting with their STEAM projects.
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