Help us remake learning
You can join Hive Pittsburgh as an interested follower, an active participant, a connected learning practitioner, or all of the above. Explore the options below to learn how you can help Hive remake learning in the greater Pittsburgh region.
Participate in Hive Programming
Hive Pittsburgh programming offers enriching experiences that are creative, engaging, and accessible. Hive activities are happening all the time, and many of them are adaptable to various learning environments. See how you can connect with Hive Pittsburgh projects and activities.
Attend Hive events and activities to get involved in connected learning
Connect with Hive projects to bring innovative programming to your site
Share news, stories, and ideas with us
Apply for Support to Make Connected Learning Happen
The Sprout Fund, in support of the Pittsburgh Remake Learning Network, provides catalytic funding to support innovative solutions and imaginative approaches to learning that are open and accessible to all. Through the Hive program, Sprout catalyzes small-scale and first-time projects that create more relevant and impactful connected learning opportunities for tweens, teens, and young adults in Pittsburgh, Southwestern Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio.
Hive sponsors events and activities for tweens, teens, and young adults that create interactive and participatory connected learning opportunities at public events, community spaces, cultural institutions, and other highly accessible places. Hive sponsorship also helps to raise greater local and national awareness of the Hive Learning Network and its approach to connected learning. Sponsorship is available up to $5,000 and requests are accepted on a rolling basis.
Hive sponsorship information is coming soon
Hive Fund for Connected Learning
The Hive Fund for Connected Learning supports connected learning experiences in the Greater Pittsburgh region that help prepare tweens, teens, and young adults for college, the workforce, and civic participation. Connected learning is a framework that re-imagines the learning experiences of young people—connecting the 3 spheres of life that matter most to them—their peer culture, their interests, and their academics.
Hive funding supports connected learning experiences in the greater Pittsburgh region that help prepare tweens, teens, and young adults for college, the workforce, and civic participation. Grants are available up to $15,000. Eligible projects primarily target youth older than age 10.