Pinkerton has committed nearly $1 million to date to establish the Institute for Transformative Mentoring at New York’s New School. Watch the program’s inspiring video:
It took a team of elementary school students several weeks to build this 6 foot long bridge.
“Not everyone gets to learn how to build stuff like this or learn about bridges. I think its really fun,” said a 5th grader.
From Meeting to Impact: How a Funder Offered a New Path for STEM Education – By Jennifer Negron and Saskia Traill
In 2012, ExpandED Schools and the Kelley Collaborative approached The Pinkerton Foundation for funding to launch a NYC STEM Education Network. Building on the work of a Noyce Foundation-supported group in New York City called the Science Alliance, the newly-established Network brought together STEM educators and leaders from a range of professional development organizations for after-school and summer STEM providers.
Pinkerton Community Fellowship Reflection – A John Jay student looks back at a year of learning and growing
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