Wednesday, November 2, 2011

AT&T Gives Money to Girl Scouts at Pennsylvania High School

Zach Subar of the Mt. Airy Patch reports that AT&T gave $25,000 to the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania at Germantown High School that will allow the Girl Scouts to educate people in science, technology, engineering and math programs.

Scout officials will use the money to go into the school and put on programs that educate girls in those fields. AT&T presented them with a check Tuesday.

The $25,000 is part of a $1 million AT&T contribution designed to reach 6,000 young women across the United States.

PhillyGoes2College, which is a part of the mayor's Office of Education, is also taking part in educational aspects of the program.