There have been so many STEM-inspired events around here lately that major teamwork has helped us branch out to make some big things happen.
While some of our team members recently have been out and about in the community at regional STEM education events, like the Carnegie Mellon University’s STEM Career Expo for the Blind, other team members have been attending some behind-the-scenes meetings that are creating one powerful partnership!
We’re so excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with Allegheny Educational Systems! This awesome organization has been providing educational services around the Pittsburgh region for more than 35 years.
From total learning environments that include 3D printers, laser engraver machines, wire benders and more, Allegheny Education Systems offers all of the equipment to create a STEM-stimulating space. Thanks to our recent partnership, they’re now also offering the Inventionland Institute curriculum to go along with those tools!
What a win-win situation for both companies! Learn more about Allegheny Educational Systems here.
While Executive Director Nathan Field was working with Allegheny Educational Systems, Multimedia Graphic Designer Chris Turner attended the STEM Career Expo for the Blind at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University.
Both Google and Enabling Technologies presented at the Expo, which showcased many exciting STEM career opportunities for people who are blind or visually impaired.
It’s truly incredible what the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics can help us accomplish! Find out where you can be a part of an upcoming community STEM education event this fall!