General Motors teaches Ohio students about motion

05/21/2013 | Tribune Chronicle (Warren, Ohio)

Engineers from General Motors are volunteering in an Ohio school to help students build small skimmers or sailboats and jet toys. The classroom visits and an upcoming tour of the GM facilities are part of the company's World in Motion program, which seeks to foster student interest in science, technology, engineering and math.

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