Sun May 22, 2022

Corning contribution funds Waccamaw Siouan STEM Studio

Ashley Lomboy, Waccamaw Siouan Tribal member and Corning employee, presents a Corning Foundation Excellence in Volunteerism Grant to Tribal Chair Eric Graham and Vice-Chair Pamela Young-Jacobs on Aug 20. The $1,000 grant is earmarked for the Waccamaw Siouan STEM Studio program. To qualify for the grant, a Corning employee must be nominated by other employees. The employee must also have helped make Corning communities vibrant through volunteer efforts. Lomboy chose the grant to be awarded to the Waccamaw Siouan Tribe STEM Studio program after learning she received the Excellence in Volunteerism Grant earlier this year. In light of the grant, the STEM Studio will be sending age appropriate STEM kits to Waccamaw Siouan Youth ages 5.
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