The Greenville Renaissance Scholars announcing it received an $8,000 grant from the Bayer Fund.
The grant will be used to create and implement a stem program for rising 8th and 9th graders in Washington County.
The group said they are thankful for the Bayer's partnership in expanding educational opportunities for students in the county. The kids will be learning about computer coding and robotics skills from working with scientists and engineers from USDA Stoneville.
Al Mitchell, the president of the Bayer Fund, said they're proud to provide support and develop programs that help combat challenges such as stem education.
To learn more about Greenville renaissance scholars visit www dot g-ville scholars dot org...
To learn more about bayer fund visit fund dot bayer dot u-s.