Science on the Road targets students in grades K-8, combining high-energy, participatory assembly programs that feature videos of real scientists with inquiry-based activities that reinforce and expand the concepts presented in the assembly. Other aspects of the program include teacher training, pre- and post-visit activities, and in-depth classroom workshops. All programs anchor state academic standards and introduce students to career options in science and technology fields.
Carnegie Science Center launched STEMisphere as a community service. This online central hub guides educators, parents, and young people pre-K through 12th grade to STEM education resources in the southwestern Pennsylvania region.
Mentor a student, offer tours at your site, stamp passports or judge at a competition... these are a few of the opportunities available through our STEM programs. Visit the Volunteer Opportunities page for more information on our programs or a complete list of our volunteer opportunities.