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Our Team

Ellen Cavanaugh, CEO

Jacob Gorczyca, Dir. of Human Resources

Can you help children and youth become STEM athletes, digital storytellers and world changers?

Grow a Generation helps to create meaningful projects for children and youth in game design, robotics, engineering and leadership opportunities. If you have a passion for technology, 21st century learning, and empowering young people, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Available Positions

Please send an inquiry email for more information.

G-Mites Camp Leaders (Game Design, Robotics, Circuitboards, VR, GPC, Geocaching, Engineering, Space Challenges, Biobricks, Coding, Web Design, E-commerce)

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Galactic Leadership

Dr. Ellen Cavanaugh CEO and Galactic Problem Solver Email           Christina Weigand      Project Manager and Dragon Trainer                                                                     …

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STEM Lords and Ladies (Camp Leaders)

Joel Cilli, the STEM director at PA Cyber will be leading two camps for middle school, Arduino Circuits and Code and Redstone Circuits in Real Life. These camps come with kits for the kids to take home and continue exploring thei brave new world of circuits and robotics. William Cody started Mad Science of Pittsburgh …

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Student Bloggers

Grow a Generation Research Fellows and Scholars are encouraged to contribute to the world today, writing, filming, photographing their experiences in a way that others will learn and be inspired. Enjoy their guest blogs and help make meaningful projects possible! ALEX HOEHN JENNA HALENDA HANNAH PEACOCK IAN CAVANAUGH  LENA CLERICI

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Positions Open

STEM CAMP LEADERS Apply by sending a completing PROPOSAL FORM  Grow a Generation is looking for teachers and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) enthusiasts to teach summer camps and afterschool workshops Choose an already developed curriculum or develop your own for grades 9-12, 6-8, or 3-5.  Work with earnest students working hard to develop meaningful projects …

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