Ameritech helps teens MAP out road to success

By Website Administrator | Aug 31, 2001

A $10,000 donation from Ameritech/SBC will help Kettering University give high schoolstudents in Flint and the surrounding community a chance to start Making Academics Priority(MAP).

A $10,000 donation from Ameritech/SBC will help Kettering University give high schoolstudents in Flint and the surrounding community a chance to start Making Academics Priority(MAP).

The MAP program is something new at Kettering, offering 32 low-income ninth through12th grade boys and girls hands-on experiences in computer programming, building computers, physics, basic engineering principles and mathematics. In addition, students will participate in self-esteem building activities. All classes will be taught by Kettering faculty.