Garver is providing 25 students from Dallas's southern sector with a scholarship to attend the Frontiers of Flight Museum's Summer Flight School, which introduces pre-K through 10th grade students to aviation and principles of flight through a hands-on curriculum focused on science, technology, engineering, and math. The students will attend camp at one of two locations--Dallas Executive Airport or Dallas Love Field Airport--and study a variety of topics ranging from aviation engineering to robotics.
“[Garver’s] support of our educational programming is appreciated and is essential to the museum’s success as it enables us to continue to provide our community with high-caliber programs and services,” said Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones, president of the museum.
“We believe very strongly in the encouragement programs like the Summer Flight School give to students,” said Garver’s Texas Aviation Director Frank McIllwain. “I’m proud of the work our company does to promote the aviation infrastructure at places like our Dallas airports, and doing what we can to bring together the airports, the museum, and students is one of the best ways we can do that. Together, we're helping kids to soar high.”