Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, is committed to giving local students access to quality educational resources and tools.
The Saint Ignatius School recently held its 20th Anniversary Scholarship Benefit, and Gina, on behalf of Broadway Stages, contributed to ensure that students continue to have access to scholarships that support their educational studies. She hopes that her investment will inspire others to get involved in providing quality education for middle school students.
Gina is also committed to funding the school's robotics program, which allows students to explore STEM-based education and offers hands-on learning. The program is a great way to introduce middle school students to the fundamentals of robotics and computer science.
To help financially assist in robotic projects and specific needs, Broadway Stages has contributed funds to purchase new mBot kits and other supplies. These will help teach students about mechanical construction and graphic coding, which are key elements of robotic devices.