We’re Here to Support Educators — On-Site, Online, and In Schools!
Looking for a special science program brought straight to your school? We can do that. Want to take advantage of unique educator professional development opportunities? We’ve got you covered. Looking for an unforgettable science museum field trip or virtual education program that aligns with your STEM curriculum? Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Science Center is the place to be!
Our Duquesne Light Co. Center for STEM Education and Career Development offers a dynamic range of programs and resources designed to help support educators and students on-site, online, and in schools.
The Science Center’s STEM education programs encourage students to think critically, work in a team, use creativity to form hypotheses, and let their curiosity drive them to solve problems. From school assemblies and field trips to career exploration programs and educator training workshops, we’re here to prepare the next generation of problem solvers, creative thinkers, and trailblazers for an ever-changing world.
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