This coming year marks Nu Skin’s 30th anniversary. In commemoration of this significant milestone, Nu Skin wants to continue to strengthen their relationships with the local schools in appreciation for their important work to educate the community's children. It is in this spirit that Nu Skin announced the Nu Skin 2013-2014 Academic Grant Program.
Congratulations to the following schools and teachers that received grants:
Dave Work, math teacher at Landmark High, for Hands-on Promoting Math Manipulatives in the amount of $900;
Robert Eastmond, CTE and robotics teacher at Maple Mountain High, for First Robotics Competition in the amount of $3,550;
Linda Walter, chemistry and physics teacher at Payson High, for Video Learning in the amount of $3,175;
Chris Andrews, TV broadcast and photography teacher at Salem Hills High, for School Event Live Broadcasting in the amount of $3,450;
Ryan Kunzler, Spanish teacher at Spanish Fork High, for iPads for Language Learning in the amount of $3,400;
Khristen Massic, drafting and robotics teacher at Springville High, for Engineering and Design for Special Needs in the amount of $7,850
“At Nu Skin, we are committed to education, and our desire to improve the educational opportunities of our youth is an important part of our mission to be a force for good throughout the world. We believe that investing in our children is the best opportunity for a brighter future.” Gary Garrett, VP Corporate Relations.