At this year’s Robotics Competition held at the Melnea Cass Center on May 4, a middle school student makes some final changes to his EV3 robot on the practice field before competing.

Congratulations to the recent graduates of Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology (BCAT)! These graduates completed a nine-month New York State Education Department approved course to become Medical Coders and Health Information Professionals and Pharmacy Technicians. In addition to their studies, they participated in a six-week internship to hone their skills for employment. Another reason these graduates are smiling: they are debt free! BCAT covers the cost of tuition, exam fees and books/materials needed to graduate. National Grid Foundation’s support and grant funds help make that happen. 

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Robotics COMPETITION 2019

BCAT Class of 2019 – Success is Ahead of You

From the Classroom

to the Chinampas and Back, National Grid Foundation Teach Earth Fellows Share Their Stories

Executive Director, National Grid Foundation.

National Grid Foundation
volunteers to Light the Night to wipe out blood cancer.

National Grid Foundation has awarded $15,000 to Discovery Museum to provide in-school Traveling Science Workshops and museum field trips to elementary and middle school students in Lowell and Lawrence for the 2019-2020 school year. Up to 1,000 students will be served through the grant.

Ed White

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The Teach Earth Fellows in Xochimilco, Mexico.

“National Grid Foundation and National Grid are extremely proud to come together in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,”

Syracuse University on court presentation with National Grid Foundation board member Melanie Littlejohn.  

Photo at Right: At this year’s competition, another student sets up her EV3 robot on the competition field to compete in the challenge as volunteer judges oversee an active round of the tournament.

Volunteers who helped Light the Night  from National Grid and National Grid Foundation