Laser cutters, computers, 3D printers and electronic woodcutting equipment are just a few items available to children and teens at the new STEAMM Lab at The Salvation Army North Mabee Boys & Girls Club in Tulsa. They can also create and build robotics.
The goal of the lab is for kids to learn about and increase their skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts, math and ministry.
Tulsa has five Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club facilities that are open year-round. Programs are designed to help promote healthy lifestyles, foster academic success and teach life skills to children and teenagers.
– Staff Report, The Oklahoma 100