Hive Pittsburgh is Connected Learning in Action
Hive Learning Networks are connected learning in action. Situated in urban centers, these networks re-imagine how learning is organized and supported across youth-serving organizations. Every day, young people move among learning experiences in a variety of environments, from formal classroom-based schooling to informal educational settings like museums and libraries, to virtual communities and social networks.
Hive links together these multiple environments to create Connected Learning experiences in which youth can participate in accessible, “anytime, anywhere” learning activities by pursuing their interests and following their peers.
Hive For Youth
Hive projects create connected learning experiences that help tweens, teens, and young adults in the greater Pittsburgh region prepare for college, the workforce, and civic participation.
If you’re a young person looking for new opportunities to remix your world, join the movement at upcoming Hive Events and Activities.
Hive For Adults
Hive also serves the mentors, parents, and community organizations that support, educate, and help youth to become creative, analytic problem solvers and develop 21st century skills.
If you work with tweens, teens, and young adults as an educator, mentor, coach, counselor, or have Hive-aged kids of your own, learn how you can get involved with Hive Pittsburgh.
Hive Pittsburgh, a program of The Sprout Fund
Hive Pittsburgh is a program of The Sprout Fund and part of the Pittsburgh Remake Learning Network, an initiative to build a model for 21st century learning in the Greater Pittsburgh Region. Representing more than 100 organizations, Remake Learning spans schools, museums, libraries, afterschool programs, community centers, higher education institutions, the private sector, and the philanthropic community.
Learn more about Remake Learning at remakelearning.org.