STEM education – the combined approaches of inquiry, project-based learning, integrated curriculum, and career awareness – prepares students for the future. Our searchable directory provides information about immersive, hands-on learning experiences, both in the classroom and outside of school, to support STEM learning.
Apply now for a Perryman Family Foundation Scholarship.
The James T. and Rose M. Perryman Family Foundation was created because Mr. and Mrs. Perryman realize how blessed they have been in their lives. Those around them, though, know that those blessings came, in part, through hard work and a commitment to family and their community.
One way they have chosen to demonstrate their desire to help others committed to working hard is through the Perryman Family Foundation scholarship program. The scholarships will be awarded to students who share the Perrymans’ commitment to working harder than their classmates so that they can make a difference in the lives of their families, their neighbors and – as they succeed in their careers – in the world.
If you are a high school, trade school, or college student interested in or already studying technology, engineering, math, or the field of metals, consider applying to be a Perryman Scholar.
Feb 1 – Applications Open
March 30– Applications Close
June 12 – Interviews
June 30 – Awards
The James T. and Rose M. Perryman Family Foundation
Making a difference today for those who will make a difference tomorrow.
Things to READ, WATCH, and DO as you practice social distancing to help flatten the curve of COVID-19: Though Carnegie Science Center is closed now, we are here to help you keep your families occupied as we practice social distancing. Visit this page for educational resources, science activities, and suggestions for what to read, watch, and do with your children during this time.
Expanding opportunities and enhancing quality in STEM and STEAM Learning. The Pittsburgh Regional STE(A)M Ecosystem is a regional collaborative comprised of individuals and organizations who seek to equitably equip and empower learners to use S cience, T echnology, E ngineering, A rts, and M ath to better themselves and their world. We prioritize interdisciplinary learning and high-quality programming that is relevant to students’ lives and future careers.