To date, we have worked with many schools & nonprofits, including:
- Pittsburgh Public School District
- Propel Schools Northside
- Environmental Charter School
- The Latino Community Center
- H.O.P.E. for Tomorrow After School Program
- Project Destiny
- Remake Learning
- The After School Academy (PPSD) at Faison Elementary
- Maker’s Clubhouse
- Sto-Rox School District
- Brashear Association
- Center That CARES
- Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF)
- Education Partnership
- Langley K-8 (PPSD)
- McKees Rocks Coding Club
- The Bus Stops Here Foundation
- Schenley Heights Neighborhood Development
- Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh
- Pittsburgh Technology Council
- Commonwealth Charter Academy
The Jerome Bettis, Bus Stops Here Foundation is proud to partner with STEM Coding Lab on our stem education program, Innovation Huddle. The curriculum they’ve developed will ensure that students in the Pittsburgh region will receive the skills they need to thrive in a technology driven world. We are grateful for their expertise, creativity, and thoughtfulness that goes into each and every lesson plan. We know with the STEM Coding Lab as our partner, we will continue to grow our program and reach more students in our community.
Working with Kathleen and Jason at STEM Coding Lab has always been both a pleasurable and beneficial experience. We have been able to partner and share resources collaboratively to make sure that students and teachers in the region not only have the equipment necessary for a 21st century education, but also the knowledge of how to effectively use those tools. I look forward to seeing STEM Coding Lab’s programs and presence grow in the region for the benefit of local youth.
Stem Coding Lab is an asset to our city and a leader in providing access to and advocating for quality Computer Science/Coding to our community and beyond. I have had the pleasure of volunteering with Kathleen and Jason for several well-organized community Hour of Code events. We have had an incredible time educating community members, sharing resources and meeting new people through coding. On a more local level Stem Coding Lab secured a One Northside Grant, to provide Northside residents with a top notch and well-attended Hour of Code at CoLab 18 in Nova Place, another great community resource.
On a more personal level, volunteering with Stem Coding Lab has been very motivating to me professionally and continues to inspire me to grow professionally.
The Out-of-School Time (OST) Team at Pittsburgh Public Schools began partnering with STEM Coding Lab during the 2017-2018 school year. From our early talks to the programming that they currently run, they have been committed to providing high-quality OST programming to our students and always collaborate responsively with our schools and District offices.