U.S. Sugar Supports STEM Learning and Careers in Aerospace through Partnership with Teen Aircraft Factory of Manasota

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Pictured: Students Paul Moyers, Max Friedland and Zalan Guilbert assemble an airplane kit as part of the Teen Aircraft Factory of Manasota program.

Recognizing the need to empower students with skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), the people of U.S. Sugar recently announced a partnership with the Teen Aircraft Factory of Manasota. U.S. Sugar’s support will help provide additional learning opportunities for students, which include assembling airplanes.

The Teen Aircraft Factory is dedicated to helping teens discover and develop a love for aviation through the building of two-seat airplanes from a kit. Once these planes are built and tested, they are then sold in order to purchase new airplane kits. This partnership will ensure teens continue to shape their futures through the development of STEM skills.

Pictured: Students Paul Moyers, Max Friedland and Zalan Guilbert assemble an airplane kit as part of the Teen Aircraft Factory of Manasota program.

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