Mission Statement

A not-for-profit foundation that operates in the public interest to encourage a prosperous, sustainable future through education and experience in engineering, science, technology and innovation.

The foundation believes that technological advances should be driven by the needs of humanity and that an inspired knowledge of science, engineering and technology can positively influence quality of life, career options for young people, and the prospects of future generations.

Because life’s inspirations begin in childhood, the foundation will support children in their discovery, appreciation and enjoyment of science and technology by providing resources, experiences and learning opportunities.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

GRLIC announces Community Conversations

GRLIC will be hosting and presenting a community conversation on September 26, 2012 at 3:30.
Community Conversation Group will meet at the Roxbury Central School.
This conversation will discuss the text by Eleanor Roosevelt "Keepers of Democracy".
Our format will include a reading of the text and open discussion. This conversation will be facilitated by Jenn Schuman and will include members of the 6-8 grade CROP program.
This is made possible by a stipend provided by the NY Council of Humanities.
Drinks and snacks will be served and all are welcome.

Our next community conversation will be October 11, 2012.

For more information, please contact GRLIC at 607-326-4754.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Chicken BBQ Scheduled for September 28th

Chicken BBQ on 9/28/12

GRLIC will be having a Chicken BBQ on September 28th from 4-6.
The Chicken BBQ include a Brooks Chicken Half and a salad. 
Soda and Water will be available for purchase as well as dessert.

To purchase you Chicken BBQ tickets stop by the office or see one of GRLIC students.
Tickets are $10

You can also purchase your technology raffle tickets and get information on the Long Woods Run coming up on October 13th.

607-326-4754 GRLIC OFFICE