Creating a Lasting Impact on STEM Education with Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Nov 24, 2014 10:00 AM ET


Today, strong partnerships are critical to developing pathways that inspire youth to succeed in STEM careers. Working alongside Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Symantec is playing a key role as an innovator and thought leader, increasing STEM programming and opportunities in the communities in which we serve.


Each year Symantec worldwide works with thousands of internal and external stakeholders to help drive progress within our four philanthropic focus areas: science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education; online safety; diversity; and environmental responsibility. Today, we take a look at STEM, and how Symantec is partnering and inspiring youth to become our future leaders and innovators.

Symantec is committed to promoting STEM education, and helping today’s youth understand and prepare for the vast career opportunities these fields offer. In fact, one goal, outlined in Symantec’s recently released FY14 Corporate Responsibility Report, is to excite, engage and educate one million students in STEM education through global nonprofit partnerships, with an emphasis on computer science and cybersecurity, by 2020 with an investment of US$20 million.

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