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Midrand learner Dante Moodley to represent in USA

#GAUTENG: Dante Moodley has been chosen to attend the 3rd Annual 2020 American Odyssey STEM tour of the USA. You can help make his dream come true!

The Annual STEM tour students will be visiting New York and Washington, this prestigious tour will bring together the best future innovators and industry leaders. The tour includes opportunities of visiting some of the top universities and STEM institutions in America.

“He is so excited to be traveling with top science, technology, engineering, and mathematics high school learners from other South African Schools to get an amazing insight of what the tour has to offer.”

Terence Moodley, Father

During the course of this tour, some of the places they will be visiting include ivy-league institutions like Princeton and Columbia university, the International Museum of Surgical Science, the 3D Printer Experience, and the Rose Centre for Earth and Space with a stop at the M.I.T Campus and the museum.

They will also be visiting the Marine Science Centre for a scheduled marine biology session looking at the science behind and technology applied to marine conservation.

One of the highlights of this tour will be a full-day guided excursion to the University of Chicago. It is here that they will participate in a STEM Educational Session following advanced programs covering all of the fields of technology, mathematics, science and engineering.

Dante’s father, Terence Moodley has set up a crowdfunding campaign on BackaBuddy to help raise funds to cover travel costs, accommodation, meals and other costs.

You can

Learn more and support Dante’s crowdfunding campaign on BackaBuddy by clicking here


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