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Forging close ties and working relationships within the Lancaster community will be key to LCSA's success.
We hope you will fill out this brief survey in order to help us determine how to best help you and other families across Lancaster County pursue STEM literacy.
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and opinions with us, thereby helping us to shape our coming initiatives.
Sandy Strunk, Executive Director
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Submit an Event
The upcoming website will contain a list of STEM related events for all of our STEM friends to stay active in the community. As an organizer, you'll be able to submit your event's information to help with outreach. We want to start collecting some events now so when the site launches, your events will already be on it! If you have an event coming up this summer, add it here:Submit an Event
Summer Externship Opportunities at the High Companies
The Lancaster County STEM Alliance is pleased to announce that the High Companies will be offering 50 summer externships for Lancaster County Teachers and School Counselors. All eligible Lancaster County teachers and school counselors are eligible to participate in this exciting professional development opportunity. Act 48 credit will be available for those who complete the program.
The High Companies
1853 William Penn Way
Lancaster, PA 17601
Overarching Goal: To make sure every student in Lancaster County, regardless of background or any other demographic factor, has the best opportunity possible to make informed decisions about career opportunities.
Goal 1: Teachers/counselors will be better informed about the depth and breadth of STEM jobs at High Industries.
Goal 2: Teachers/counselors will better understand the knowledge, skills, academic preparation and average compensation associated with several positions at High Industries.
Goal 3: Teachers/counselors will make connections with workers who can serve as resources to them throughout the school year.
For more information, contact us.Apply Online
Who We Are
In 2015, a group of Lancaster County thought leaders representing K-12 education, business and industry, local government, higher education, economic development, community-based agencies, and legislators began meeting regularly to discuss Lancaster County's STEM (the academic disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics) needs, particularly as they relate to our future workforce.
What We're Doing
As a hub for STEM literacy and experiential learning, the Lancaster STEM Alliance (LCSA) will work to ensure that Lancaster County attracts and retains visionary job creators, inspires learners of all ages to achieve academic excellence, and engages all its citizens in building a prosperous future.