Thanks to the financial support of Raytheon, members of the Boys & Girls Club of North Alabama’s Williams Club are able to get hands-on with science, technology, engineering and mathematics at the Center of Innovation. Equipped with

modern technology, such as a 3D printer, students are guided and led by expert mentor Angela O’Neil. The center, located at Williams Elementary in Huntsville, was one of the first nationwide to open, and is part of a $5 million commitment the company made to the Boys & Girls Club of America. 

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