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Salvadori Provides FREE STEAM Lessons in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic


In an effort to help you serve your students throughout this crisis, Salvadori has developed a series of FREE project-based STEAM lessons teachers can give to their students!
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UFT 2020 Partnership Expo


Salvadori staff members Kenn, Meredith, Emiliano and Jessica discussed Salvadori programs and opportunities at the 2020 UFT Expo event.
 
 
 
 

Salvadori Visits Council Member Alicka Ampry-Samuel of District 41


Salvadori Executive Director, Kenn, recently met with Council Member Ampry-Samuel to discuss how our programs reach students in under-resourced communities through programs in NYCHA Community Centers, transitional housing facilities, and community-based after-school and summer programs.
 
 

Salvadori Visits New York City Chancellor Richard A. Carranza!


Salvadori Executive Director, Kenn, recently met NYC Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, and heard his powerful speech regarding equity and excellence for all.
 
 
 
 
 

Salvadori Visits Council Member Ben Kallos of District 5!


Salvadori Executive Director, Kenn, and Deputy Director, David, recently visited Council Member Ben Kallos to discuss different ways to support students in District 10.
 
 
 
 
 

Salvadori Visits Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez of District 10!


Salvadori Executive Director, Kenn, and Education Director, Malika recently visited Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez to discuss STEAM opportunities for students in District 10.
 
 
 
 
 

Salvadori Receives $1,000 Donation from Investors Foundation!


Salvadori recently received a $1,000 grant from Investors Foundation at New York City. The grant will help further Salvadori’s mission to close the achievement gap by offering hands-on curricula that support academic growth for traditionally underserved students at more than 80 sites.
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Salvadori Presents at Grantmakers for Education 2019 Annual Conference


Salvadori Executive Director Kenn Jones gave a presentation on policy and practice initiatives to advance equity within STEAM education.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Salvadori Receives $600,000 Weinberg Donation!


The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation generously donates $600,000 over two years to continue the Salvadori Center’s STEAM-based education program for EVERY 5th and 7th grade student in Scranton and Riverside, PA, as well as 9th grade students at Scranton West High School. Click here to read more.
 
 
 

Salvadori’s 2018 Student Design Charrette in the media


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PBS NewsHour Piece on Salvadori

 
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