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Connecting our past with the future

During the 1960s and early 70s, young Bermudians in their late 20s and early 30s, played an important role in helping NASA to successfully land men on the moon and return them safely back to earh. Space travel then was both exciting and dangerous. Nevertheless, it is important that this legacy be past down from one generation to the next.

Encouraging our youth

As it was then, so it is now. Making good decisions affect a well balanced life. When choices made are based on wisdom from God, there is no limit as to what can be achieved. Although our young people come from different backgrounds, help is available to them from various sources. Consider the following:

Most Private schools and some Public schools now make use of STEM and STEAM projects which support engagement in engineering challenges, problem solving and learning about technology as it applies to today's world.

In particular, Bermuda has actively participated in NASA's Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Enviroment (GLOBE) program since 2014 and according to US Council General Constance Dierman "And we are very much looking forward to continuing that coorporation and furthering education for local students." (Bernews Nov 2018)

Learn more about academic and technological opportunities from Bermuda College, 21 Stonington Avenue, South Road, Paget PG 04 Bermuda| http://www.college.bm| Tel: 441-236-9000.