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Kansas City football player brings STEM to teens

by The 100 Companies

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been busy on and off the football field.

Kelce is buying a building to create a STEM workspace for underserved teens, giving them the opportunity to “explore careers in STEM, launch their own entrepreneurial ventures and gain real-world experience.”

Kelce believes that “kids can’t concentrate if they don’t feel safe. They can’t envision a career they’ve never heard of or learn a skill they’ve never been taught. So, together with Operation Breakthrough, we’re going to create this place.”

The initiative will be called Ignition Lab: Powered by 87 & Running, Kelce’s charity foundation.

– Emily Pappas, The Engineering 100

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