“Well-crafted educational games will be able to capture and engage the minds of students in new ways that will make them an incredibly powerful tool for the teachers of the 21st century," says Jesse Schell, CEO.
Three great STEM initiatives are moving the region forward at high schools and beyond, in ways that will shape our city's future. In Pittsburgh alone there are 22,000 job openings in STEM-related fields.
Pittsburgh's first Community Lawn took five teens in East Liberty from design to business plan, all while creating a new outdoor space for the neighborhood. The project empowers local youth to harness their natural abilities toward creating something concrete and lasting for their community and beyond.