Remake Learning Days Looking for Event Hosts

In May, PreK through high school students in communities across Pennsylvania will spend time learning first-hand how video games are made, engineering their own speakers, and seeing drones in agriculture, among many other learning activities. Chances are they won’t notice that they’re building essential employability skills for future careers. They’ll be too busy discovering the art and science behind virtual reality, environmental applications, and imagining the stories they might tell with these tools. As these students build their creative thinking, problem solving, and collaboration skills during the Remake Learning Days Across America (RLDAA) festival, they will move another step closer to career and workforce readiness for the future.

Hosted by the River IU6, Remake Learning Days is looking for event hosts in the Northwestern PA region for Remake Learning Days (May 4 through 23).

Are you a business/industry partner ready to open your doors for an evening or weekend tour of your facility to families? Or would you consider hosting a virtual career talk or virtual facility tour during the school day for educators to engage their K-12 students in career-ready related activities?

Do you serve on a community board that could host an event for families related to one or more of these learning themes: arts, maker, outdoor learning, science, tech, or youth voice?

Events can be for any age group – from age pre-K through high school. You choose the date, time, place, and age group for your public event. The goal is to create a regional event calendar full of experiences where parents and caregivers can learn alongside their kids in the evenings and on the weekends and educators can engage their students during the school day.

Mini-grants are available to offset the costs of hosting an event. For more information, contact Kelsi Wilcox Boyles by phone at (814) 226-7103 ext. 5211 or by email at

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This article was published in the Venango Chamber’s March 2023 VenangoWorks! Newsletter.

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