For the past several years, I’ve been thrilled to work with Landesberg Design (Pittsburgh/New York) on the annual report for The Benedum Foundation. It was announced this past weekend that the report had won an AIGA award. Below are some of the stories we covered for “The New Face of Advanced Manufacturing”.
I’m looking forward to this summer’s focus, which will be early childhood education in Southern West Virginia.
“Based at Carnegie Mellon University, the Girls of Steel robotics team competes in design and build competitions that hone the high schoolers’ tech talents.”
“Chartiers Valley School District is proving that an early introduction to manufacturing creates broader career choices for all youth.”
“Young learners at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh have full run of simple tools and materials in its innovative MAKESHOP.”
“AlphaLab Gear gave start-up FreshTemp (founder and CEO Jeff Rieger, center) support to build its wireless temperature sensing service.”
“The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is gaining national attention for its hands-on MAKESHOP.”
“At Pierpont Community & Technical College, Carl Sigley is earning a degree in mechatronics. West Virginia’s workforce development efforts target the state’s growth industries.”