Today Juno, a developer of a taxi service, and Association "Education for Future" open a STEM center in the Bobruisk school. Juno will help schoolchildren in understanding of logistics.

Gymnasium No. 3 has been chosen on a competitive basis: the Association "Education for Future" has held a competition and out of 250 applications selected 10 schools in which Association plans to create STEM-centers by the end of this year. The Bobruisk gymnasium's STEM-project, which presented an automated prototype of the road with traffic lights and various sensors, conquered all Juno employees.

In the classroom there are Lego EV3 sets, a TV for demonstration of educational materials, Intel Core i5 computers and 8 GB of RAM due to which schoolchildren can program and do 3D-models. Juno employees will help children to learn making drones and writing logistic algorithms.

—  We try to do so that each class has a supporting IT-company. It gives STEM centers the uniqueness and companies' valuable expertise”, — explains Alexander Khomich, a director of "Education for Future" Association.