SUCCEED Teacher Program

About the workshop

The SUCCEED Teacher Workshop is a 2-day program where CMU faculty and Ph.D. students work with high school teachers to improve their understanding of climate and energy systems, while providing a platform for discussion and collaboration. Topics include: existing and sustainable energy systems, climate change, government policies, and potential career opportunities for students in these areas. Our goal is to help teachers develop ways to incorporate these materials into their curriculum through active learning techniques that pique student interests.

Time and location

The 2017 workshop will be held on Monday and Tuesday, July 24 & 25, 2017, from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. The program takes place on the Carnegie Mellon University campus located in Pittsburgh, PA.

Benefits and credits

All teachers that attend receive a stipend of $200, lunch on both days, and access to the curriculum generated during the workshop. Pennsylvania teacher participants will receive 12 hours of Act 48 credit. Unfortunately we cannot provide reimbursement for travel or lodging.

Applicant selection criteria
The workshop is open to STEM teachers in the Northeast US. Experience with 9th and 10th graders is preferred. Preference may be given to Environmental Science teachers. The workshop is limited to 10 participants.

How to apply

Applications for the summer 2017 teacher workshop are now available online at this link. Applications will be accepted through June 5, 2017, and educators will be notified regarding their admission no later than June 17.

If you have questions or comments, please contact the SUCCEED team at succeed-program@lists.andrew.cmu.edu or by phone at (412) 256-8162.

The SUCCEED program is supported in part by the Leonard Gefland Center, ProSEED grants, and the Center for Energy and Decision Making.