Success Stories

Carnegie Science Center is so honored to work with such outstanding schools and organizations. Want to be inspired? Take a look through these great stories shared by educators and other STEM partners.

If you’d like to share your story, we would love to hear from you! Please complete the form at the bottom of the page and a STEM representative will contact you.

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Thanks to generous funding from Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board, teens at the Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center were able to participate in a program to learn about 3D printing by fabricated real 3D prosthetic hands. >>View video.

Adam Savage visits Pittsburgh's Carnegie Science Center on Educator Night, and learns alongside the Environmental Charter School's Michelle King what programs and strategies the center's mobile maker space offers teachers and students alike: >>View video.


Our school district located in Silicon Valley (San Jose, CA) and San Francisco bay area, with 6000 students enrolled in Preschool through Grade 8, was looking for an on-line assessment tool that could evaluate and track our schools STEM instructional practices and curriculum implementation.

The West Virginia Statewide Afterschool Network (WVSAN) operates out of the West Virginia University Extension Service in Charleston, West Virginia.

Holy Sepulcher Catholic School Robotics Program & Club Holy Sepulcher Catholic School will embark on our fifth academic year of adventures of robotics. Holy Sepulcher School is a Catholic school located in Middlesex Township in Butler County serving families from Mars, South Butler, Pine-Richland, Butler, Seneca Valley, and Freedom School Districts.

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