Thaddeus Stevens College has known "STEM" (Science, Technology, Engineering
With programs designed for students in grades kindergarten through 12th grade, Thaddeus Stevens College is the STEM education leader in Lancaster County.
Through the 'Adopt-a-Kindergarten' program, kindergartners are introduced to various professional technology fields. Members of the Thaddeus Stevens' faculty and staff visit the kindergarten class at their elementary schools four times during the school year for one hour to showcase examples of technology that are used in related careers. Students learn about the profession and participate in hand-on-demonstrations.
This program brings hands-on STEM activities to K-12 students, teachers, schools or community groups who requested workshops linked to state standards. The College's STEM coordinator uses the truck to bring portable equipment and STEM learning to students.
This provides high school seniors the opportunity to take their first year of college at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology while still enrolled in high school. They can participate in activities in both schools. At the end of their school year, they graduate from high school and earn credits for one year of college at Thaddeus Stevens College in the Technical Program of their choice.
Experience Thaddeus Stevens College during the summer! Thaddeus Stevens College offers several hands-on summer programs