The National Science Foundation InnovATE (ATE = Advanced Technological Education) $868K grant awarded to Palm Beach State College in 2015 has as its mission to increase awareness of STEM at the secondary level, improve college readiness, and increase retention and completion rates of students in Electrical Power Technology and Engineering Technology AS degree programs with the intention to meet its industry partners workforce needs for highly qualified STEM trained technicians. It is achieving these goals through various focused academic, non-credit, outreach, and industry partnerships and activities, some of which are highlighted on this page.
STEM Artist Learning by Doing - Palm Beach State College
Annual Business Development Board of Engineers discuss curriculum for industry at Palm Beach State College
Tecnologico de Monterrey: Students Tour Green Energy, Engineering & Physics Programs at PBSC’s Eissey Campus
Inlet Grove H.S. AP biology students tour PBSC STEM programs and career opportunities
Palm Springs Middle School visits PBSC and are 3D scanned into action figures
PBSC solar panel workshop at Atlantic High School