February 21-23, 2019
Students explore the range of engineering opportunities by engaging in hands-on activities, interacting with engineering professionals, and watching presentations at more than 50 event tables.
March 5-8, 2019
Serving 6,000+ middle and high school students and teachers annually, SciTech Days connects students to real-world scientists and engineers form more than 40 companies and universities through a wide range of hands-on experiences including exhibits, workshops, and stage shows.
October 25-26, 2019
To celebrate National Chemistry Week, the Science Center invites students to explore a future in the field of chemistry. Discover the reasons why chemistry "matters" through hands-on activities, interactive demonstrations, and exciting presentations.
Investigate science careers, experiment with roller coasters, build a bridge, explore our city and navigate the three rivers... Carnegie Science Center summer camps let your child discover science as a fun, creative way to explore the world. With Carnegie Science Center as home base, summer campers have access to hundreds of hands-on exhibits, the world-class high-definition Buhl Planetarium, a real Cold War submarine, live science demonstration shows, Highmark SportsWorks®, and dozens of science communication professionals.
Mon., July 1–Wed., July 3
9 am–4 pm
Mon., Aug. 12–Wed., Aug. 14
9 am–4 pm
In this three-day intensive camp, girls will learn what it means to be an entrepreneur while discovering the real-world applications of science, technology, engineering, and math. See how a new idea is cultivated when you explore user-needs, create innovation designs, and learn how to market your start-up business. Utilize digital fabrication technologies in Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center, including 3D printing, vinyl cutting, and laser cutting to prototype your design.
Mon., Aug. 5–Tues., Aug. 6
9 am–4 pm
In this intensive workshop, teen girls of all making levels will be immersed in the digital fabrication technologies of Fab Lab: 3D printing, laser cutting, and other CNC machinery. Fab Lab educators will work with teens to learn, explore, and create using those technologies. Interested teens could sign up for more than one Teen Making Camp to build on their previous knowledge and create more complex projects.