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At nVent, we are committed to strengthening the communities where our employees live and work. The nVent Foundation aims to connect with communities and protect our future by supporting quality education programs for youth—especially focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) opportunities for young learners from underserved or underrepresented communities.  

In December, the nVent Foundation awarded 15 nonprofit organizations with grants to support youth STEM education ranging from $5,000 to $15,000, for a total commitment of $150,000.  

The nVent Foundation’s latest round of grants will help support the next generation of leaders in science, engineering and technology pursue their ambitions and create future innovations.  

nVent Foundation STEM grant recipients include:  

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego (San Diego, CA) for the Stepping Stones to STEM Success program that engages young people in a variety of hands-on activities. 

Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio (Cleveland, OH) for the Summer Brain Gain program to address summer learning loss. 

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston (Houston, TX) for hands-on STEM learning experiences at BGCGH Clubs taught by adult mentors. 

Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities (St. Paul, MN) to support programs that engage underrepresented students in activities that combine innovation and creativity with STEM enrichment. 

Great Lakes Science Center (Cleveland, OH) for the Cleveland Creates and Creating Connections programs that provide innovative STEM educational experiences to middle school students in Cleveland public schools.  

High Tech Kids (Eagan, MN) to support in-person STEM programs in the Twin Cities area that teach coding, building and teamwork.   

Junior Achievement of Northern California (Walnut Creek, CA) for the JA Power Up for STEM Success program that provides project-based STEM learning opportunities to students.  

Junior Achievement of Greater Baton Rouge & Acadiana (Baton Rouge, LA) for the JA Leading Ladies program that supports financial and work readiness skill building for teen girls.  

Junior Achievement North (St. Paul, MN) for the JA BizTown program that encourages students to explore STEM careers and builds math, science and technology skills. 

Minnesota Computers for Schools (Minneapolis, MN) to support STEM programming for youth, including IT exploration, computer fundamentals and programming in game and web design.  

National Math and Science Initiative (Dallas, TX) to support the Laying the Foundation training program for math teachers designed to help address student learning loss from the pandemic. 

Rhode Island Computer Museum (North Kingstown, RI) to support STEM programs for youth that encourage design exploration and teamwork. 

Science from Scientists (Burlingame, CA) to support the During-School Module-Based STEM Enrichment Program where STEM professionals deliver hands-on lessons during the school day. 

Science Museum of Minnesota (St. Paul, MN) to support the Kitty Andersen Youth Science Center that addresses systemic inequities in STEM education and enterprise. 

The Bakken Museum (Minneapolis, MN) to support STEM outreach education programs that serve students across the state.