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Legislator Kevan M. Abrahams Congratulates Daughter, Kennedy Abrahams On Being Accepted To a National STEM Program

Legislator Kevan M. Abrahams congratulated his daughter, Kennedy Abrahams, on her recent acceptance to the National Youth Leadership Forum “Pathways to STEM Alumni” program. Pathways to STEM connects students interested in science, technology, engineering, and medicine with fellow high-achieving Envision alumni.

“I am extremely proud of Kennedy- this is a great opportunity for learning and gaining exposure to STEM opportunities and offsite experiences,” said Legislator Abrahams.

Kennedy Abrahams is an eager-to-learn student at St. Josephs School, where she will be entering the 5th grade in the fall. Kennedy has been accepted to the National Youth Leadership Forum“Pathway to STEM Alumni a program that provides elementary school students across the nation with the opportunity to deepen their exposure to STEM skills and careers.

“The NYLF Pathways to STEM Alumni” program provides students with the opportunity to build upon their previous Envision experience and further cultivate their passion for STEM”Students accepted in this six-day program will participate in group activities such as first responder rescue missions to save a robot, visit museums, science centers to explore interactive exhibits, and in labs and workshops.

“I’m thrilled to be accepted to this National STEM program. I look forward to an engaging week of learning and innovative study,” said Kennedy Abrahams.

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