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Free National STEM Program Kicks Off for Underserved Kids in California

The Franklin Institute which administers the national GSK Science in the Summer program in partnership with the healthcare giant GSK announced that it has officially launched its free summer programming for students in California, including at the Los Angeles Boys and Girls Club, the Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco, and at the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkley.

GSK Science in the Summer is a free summer enrichment program that engages children in science, technology, engineering and math through hands-on learning and exploration.

Over the past 33 years, GSK Science in the Summer has brought free science education to more than 300,000 students nationwide. This summer alone, 26,000 children across the U.S. will discover how food fuels our bodies, where oxygen goes when we breathe it, how our brains interpret the world, and the role DNA plays in making us who we are.

GSK – a science-led global healthcare company with a special purpose: to help people do more, feel better, live longer.

The Franklin Institute located in the heart of Philadelphia, is a renowned and innovative leader in the field of science and technology learning, as well as a dynamic center of activity. Pennsylvania’s most visited museum, it is dedicated to creating a passion for learning about science by offering access to hands-on science education.


For more information contact: Christina Levin – – 212.805.3029

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