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Welcome to the Delaware County STEM Teacher Resource Center. This site has been developed by the Delaware County Workforce Investment Board and Youth Council, Delaware County Community College, the Delaware Valley Regional Career Education Partnership and the Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center to support and assist tbe County's science, technology and math teachers, as well as students and parents.


Feel free to share a resource or provide us with feedback by using the "Comment" feature on each page.


Students and Parents-Find Career Planning Resources here


PA Career Guide in PDF version for download and printing is available here.



What is STEM?

Faster aircraft, bolder video games, better medicines— technology moves forward every day. And tech-savvy  workers make those advances happen. Without the work

of scientists, technicians, engineers, mathematicians, and other skilled workers, most new products and discoveries would never be developed.


Technical occupations are often defined as those related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Workers in STEM occupations use science and

math to solve problems. Educational requirements for STEM occupations range from a high school diploma and on-the-job training to a Ph.D. But all require the

ability to think logically.



STEM Survey Report--results of focus groups with educators on STEM education in Southwestern PA. Good info for all educators.


STEM Career Awareness


Applied Engineering Careers in Delaware County


Career Videos and Resources--A wide variety of career videos specifically developed for PA STEM jobs and geared toward young people. Also includes other STEM career-related resource information.



These lesson plans are for K-12, although primarily middle school and high school.











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