Students interested in science, technology, engineering and math have some great educators bringing innovative ideas to the classroom.
To help make the ideas come to fruition is Indorama Ventures in Port Neches. The company is taking up where its predecessor, Huntsman, left off with the presentation of STEM Innovation Grants to educators.
Indorama understands the correlation between their workers and the STEM fields and knows the future workforce is right here in our schools, Kim Hoyt, site director at Indorama Port Neches, said prior to one of two grant presentations Wednesday.
Five grants totaling to $10,000 were awarded to middle school and high school teachers across the Southeast Texas area to be used for fostering STEM education in and out of the classroom.
“We are thrilled to kick off our inaugural STEM grant program and honor teachers…