Columbia, SC’s RAM FOUNDATION opens registration for its first FREE Youth Summer Program

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(Columbia, SC) – The Ram Foundation is pleased to announce its FREE Youth Summer Enrichment Program! The six-week program, which is in its 13th year, runs June 14th to July 24th 2021. The program is currently accepting applications for students ages 4-to-13 as program participants.

This year’s program will include instruction in reading, math and science. Additionally, the students participate in the fine arts: ballet, violin, piano, drums, writing, creative arts, and the industrial arts – carpentry and sewing. Breakfast and lunch are served. A one – time application fee of $25.00 is requested. Considerations are given to parents with multiple children.

Applicants can register online here: https://forms.gle/MWP9AzryBVCFiqPT7

Applications are accepted through May 31, 2021. One application per child is required.

For more information, contact Deitra Matthews at deitra241@gmail.com or call/text 803-479- 3373

About The RAM Foundation:

The primary objectives of The Ram Foundation’s Reading, Arts, Mathematics Summer Enrichment Program is to: (1) provide a safe haven for students (ages 4-16) for 5 hours, Mondays-Fridays, for six weeks during the summer; (2) provide enrichment activities to teach students how to become productive citizens of society; (3) increase the students’ reading and math levels by 2% by summer’s end; (4) develop good citizenship among students, their families and their communities; and (5) broaden the students’ awareness beyond their traditional environment and experiences. To learn more, go to www.theramsc.org

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