The 49ers Foundation, Beyond Sport and Chevron have teamed up in a unique partnership to expand the role of sports in increasing student’s interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
On Dec. 22, 2016 the 49ers wide receiver partnered up with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay area and Target to host his "Shop with JK" charity event.
When you look up the word cancer, “evil,” “poison” and “plague” are listed as synonyms. When you encounter individuals who have faced cancer, the words “fearless,” “strong,” and “warrior” come to mind. How can such opposing forces be associated with each other?
Vice President and Executive Director of Community Relations and 49ers Foundations Joanne Pasternack attended the Sport at the Service of Humanity convening at The Vatican.
The franchise highlighted its efforts in teaching concepts rooted in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics through the lens of football to more than 3,000 teachers and educators nationwide.
The free supplemental materials extend the 49ers STEAM Education Program's impact beyond Levi's Stadium field trip program.
49ers and Chevron open Fab Lab at Santa Clara High School to provide digital fabrication equipment to STEM Leadership Institute students as well as the greater Santa Clara community.
The 49ers launch its Football and STEM Academy Summer Camp Program aimed at teaching youth how football and STEM are interconnected.
The team has been named a finalist for the award for the second consecutive year; Winners to be announced on July 12 at second annual event in Los Angeles.
A group of 150 San Mateo students are set to enjoy the ultimate field trip experience on April 15 at Levi's Stadium.
The 16th Annual Winter Fest Presented by Chevron raises funds for Bay Area youth, keeping them “Safe, On Track, and In School.”
The 49ers wide receiver was named the 2015 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, on Saturday, February 6, becoming the first player in franchise history to win the esteemed accolade.