Carrot Group recently announced that it has begun collaborating with computer manufacturer Lenovo in order to expand their popular esports solution for middle school and high school students worldwide. The first of its kind program has an intense focus on science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM).
“There will be millions of STEAM-related jobs unfilled in a few years and we need to get students interested in those fields. Collaborating with Lenovo on our esports program is an exciting opportunity to motivate more students to learn and pursue STEAM fields through gaming,” said Alan Zack, president of Carrot Group. “Lenovo is a great partner for us because we have a shared vision of using technology to improve learning and creating innovative paths to achieve it. We are thrilled to expand our reach so more school districts and students can access our popular and inspiring program.”
Carrot Group is an organization that young students find solutions to real-world problems using science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. It was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in California.
The Profit‘s Take:
Esports can have a tremendously positive impact on middle school and high school students. It’s great to see a brand like Lenovo invest resources to make gaming a force for good. I hope other gaming brands follow suit!
(All information was provided by PR Newswire)