Schenley Heights Community Development
ACS volunteers helped elementary school students learn about states of matter and microorganisms through a fun hands-on yeast catalyzed reaction generating oxygen gas.
National Chemistry Week
National Chemistry Week encourages chemists and chemistry enthusiasts to build awareness of chemistry at the local level. Local Sections, businesses, schools, and individuals are invited to organize or participate in events in their communities with a common goal: to promote the value of chemistry in everyday life. The ACS-SA and Women's Chemist Committee both set up booths at the Carnegie Science Center to perform demonstrations for visitors.
Sacred Heart Elementary School
Volunteers with fourth graders learning about science while having fun making slime and doing a separations activity!
Propel Northside Elementary School
ACS Volunteers with pre-school and elementary school kids. The kids enjoyed making slime and learning about science!
Saturday Science is something that the American Chemical Science holds twice a year. Volunteers from our ACS chapter as well as other Pitt students volunteer to teach high school freshmen general analytical and organic concepts. The high school freshmen that come are from local high schools are minority groups who have been selected by their teachers or are interested in chemistry. We work with the students doing demonstrations as well as hands on experiments.
Younger Chemists Comittee Chemistry Carnival
YCC advocates STEM education and orchestrates events to generate interest in the sciences for children.
Science with the Boy Scouts
Orchestrating events with young boy scouts to generate an interest in science where they can receive a merit badge in Science.
St. Rosalia's Catholic School
Volunteering with the fourth grade class at St. Rosalia's Catholic School making slime and forensics experiments. In fourth grade, the students are old enough to understand, but just young enough to have fun and keep an interest in science.