Young Women’s STEAM Academy donation helps support future scientists and engineers


Kimley-Horn, an engineering and planning firm, donated 74 boxes full of classroom supplies to teachers at Young Women’s STEAM Academy at Balch Springs.

More than 500 employees at the firm chipped in to stuff the supplies boxes that included calculators, notebooks, STEM-related projects, and more. The supplies will help the students become the next generation of engineers and scientists.

“Kimley-Horn kicks off each new year with a gathering of our Texas staff. As we planned this year’s meeting, we sought ways to serve the engineering profession through community service. What better way than to support the education of future engineers and scientists in the Dallas area?”  Kimley-Horn Regional Leader Aaron Nathan said. “By creating supply boxes for the Young Women’s STEAM Academy at Balch Springs, we are helping to support the Dallas Independent School District as well as a brighter, more diverse future for our industry.”

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