December 20,2010 Wilmington, Del. — On behalf of its staff, clients and business friends, Trellist Marketing and Technology is making a contribution to two regional organizations that help children explore their potential in art and technology. As part of its 2010 Holiday Campaign, Trellist will focus on giving children access to educational opportunities that may inspire young students to identify their passion and interests in these fields.
Trellist will make a donation to the Delaware Art Museum’s Red Apple fund that will enable K-12 grade students to tour the Art Museum and also will enable children and teens to participate in studio art classes and seasonal camps that teach the fundamentals of art.
Trellist will also donate to the Junior Achievement Innovation Hub, a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) career exploration zone within JA World. The program provides students with access to an experimental learning center where they can take virtual expeditions into local STEM career opportunities and learn about the associated educational requirements. Each young person walks away with an educational roadmap that ultimately leads directly to career opportunities and potential employment.
"We are excited to focus this year’s gift on education. In supporting these two programs, we are looking to inspire children and teens with art and technology. Our holiday campaign, entitled "Shine", is about helping children reach their potential by exposing students to opportunities in these fields," stated David Atadan, CEO at Trellist.