MINOT, N.D. - SRT continues it's mission of educating Minot's youth in science, technology, engineering and math Friday at Bell Elementary School.
The company hosted nearly 86 students in six sessions centered around STEM. Students learned coding, Lego robotics and more.
Both students and SRT staff say these type of programs are important in creating a better future for Minot's youth.
"Younger kids, as they get their futures, can learn more about technology and how to use careful tools, so they can learn more about technology as they grow up and to have a better future for their future careers," says Lucas Beeter, fifth grade.
"STEM learning is one of the biggest components of building tomorrow's kids and their futures. The science, the technology, you hear about that everyday in terms of education and what it means and what it's going to mean to their future. So if there's any piece that we can play a small role in that, developing that love, we're just thrilled to be here," says Cassidy Hjelmstad, SRT Corporate Communications Director.
To find out more about SRT and some of the past STEM programs they've done at schools check out their Facebook page or website.