USAA Announces Support of STEM-related Programs & Financial Literacy

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USAA announced today it is contributing $1.9 million to San Antonio school districts over the next three years as part of its commitment to enhancing STEM-related programs & financial literacy. Working with Discovery Education, Texas Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development, & local school districts, USAA hopes to fill the STEM gap for educators & students with STEMvest.



USAA's Harriet Dominique, SVP of Corporate Responsibility, listens as students from Anson Jones Middle School explain their research project. The school was chosen as a STEMFormation school & will receive additional resources. Dominique, along with Northside Independent School District and school representatives were on hand for the $1.9 million announcement.




Valerie Munoz Gonzales, an Anson Jones Middle School alum, speaks to the importance of supporting STEM-related programs during ceremonies announcing USAA's $1.9 million commitment to STEMvest.


 Students at Anson Jones Middle School work on a science project.


Students from Anson Jones Middle School go over research notes.



A teacher from Anson Jones Middle School works with students in the library's technology center.



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