Join us for the inaugural Remake Learning Days in Central PA. A variety of organizations — such as schools, libraries, nonprofits, businesses and other community centers — will come together to provide our youth and families with innovative learning experiences. Central PA joins Southwestern and Southeastern PA for the first statewide Remake Learning Days festival.
Join us for Remake Learning Days in Central PA from May 6-16, 2021.
Sparking Southeastern, PA's Curiosity and Growth through STEM!
ogether with our partners, we were able to bring over 40 events to Southeastern, PA in 2019 and connect with educators, organizations and families throughout the region, and this year our goal is to bring even more events and opportunities to our students. Join us for Remake Learning Days in Southeastern Pennsylvania from May 6-16, 2021.
So, whether you, your school, your district or organization want to host or attend a Remake Learning event this year, we want to grow science, technology, engineering and math skills, future career exposure and educational curiosity throughout Southeastern, PA with you!
To learn more about how you can participate as an event host, check out our Planning & Tips section. Or, if you are looking for events that will spark your child or student’s imagination, visit our Find Events section to see all the exciting opportunities we can’t wait to share with you this year.
To see just a few of the wonderful events from Remake Learning Days 2019, check out the photos below!
The Pennsylvania STEM Experiences for Equity and Diversity (PA SEED) Ecosystem is a collaboration of stakeholders committed to engaging its local and global community in connected science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning, thus cultivating a talent-rich workforce prepared to creatively address challenges, leverage opportunities, and fulfill tomorrow’s jobs.
WHYY is the leading public media organization in the Philadelphia Region, including Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and beyond. We produce more than a dozen local programs, such as Fresh Air with Terry Gross and Radio Times. We are deeply committed to the needs of young people. In fact, many people’s first experience with WHYY is watching our award-winning PBS Kids television programs as a child. We also offer multimedia instruction in our studios and at 28+ local schools.