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Pennsylvania’s 1st Challenger Learning Center

Pennsylvania’s 1st Challenger Learning Center

Pennsylvania’s ONLY
County-wide STEM Program
 
Coming Soon

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Indiana County STEM Academy

Indiana County STEM Academy

The Indiana County STEM Academy is a consortium of Indiana’s seven school districts and the first county-wide STEM initiative in Pennsylvania. Intended to complement the math and science curriculums of each district, the STEM Academy will offer concentrated focus in three highly relevant “pathways”, including Energy, Applied Science & Engineering Technology and...

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What Does STEM Have to do with Indiana County?

What Does STEM Have to do with Indiana County?

The need for STEM in Indiana County is outlined by several key members of the community including: Jim Struzzi (Indiana County Chamber President), Rodney Ruddock (County Commissioner), Steve Wolfe (IRMC President), Byron Stauffer (County Planning Office) and Carol Fry (Director of the Indiana County Technology Center and home of the new Allegheny County Challenger Learning Center and the STEM...

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Micronauts

Micronauts

The allure of space is forever present in the minds of children. How do astronauts get into outer space? Do they travel in a rocket ship or a space shuttle? How long does it take to get to the Moon? The Challenger Learning Center invites our youngest explorers to unlock the mysteries of space and join the ranks of thousands of students who have already visited the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Designed especially for students in kindergarten through third grade, our Micronauts area transports students from planet Earth to the International Space...

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Coming Soon to Indiana, Pa

Coming Soon to Indiana, Pa

The Central Allegheny Challenger Learning Center (CACLC) will be co-located with SIFI – the STEM Institute for Future Innovators, and the Indiana Technology Center in White Township, Indiana County, Pennsylvania.

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Help Us Reach Our Goal!

Help Us Reach Our Goal!

Invest in your future workforce! All donations, big or small, are greatly appreciated. Constructing the CACLC and SIFI facility is estimated at $9 million. The United States remains first in innovation but we lack the ability to apply it.  Lets change that. Donate Today!

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