We impact learning in meaningful and measurable ways.
The number of students PlusUs has engaged in K-16 classrooms. Our work has reached learners in all 50 states.
The percent of educators who engaged with our learning resources who said they would do so again.
A public school district serving 6,000 students.
Teaching Fortune 500 enterprises to grow like startups again.
A non-profit teaching students and educators how to design solutions to real-world problems.
A non-profit whose mission is to improve mathematics education for students of all ages.
Providing the public with a place and programming to explore architecture, urban planning, and design.
A design school based in Stanford University known for its design thinking methodology.
A Philadelphia community makerspace.
An integrated communications agency.
A nationally recognized architecture, engineering, interior design, and planning firm.
A Quaker college preparatory day school for students in nursery through grade 12.
A science museum and center of science education and research.
A nonprofit organization that focuses on giving confidence to girls.
A non-sectarian, all-boys college preparatory day school founded in 1884.
A NASCAR Racing Organization.
Products that inspire kids and parents to find and enjoy creativity everywhere.
The only four-year co-educational Catholic vocational high school in the United States.
A charitable foundation supporting education initiatives.
An internationally recognized leader in community-based public art.
Fifty-four separate organizations collectively invested in STEM education.
An engineering and architectural design firm working primarily in the public sector.
A private Ivy League research university located in Philadelphia.
Providing a safe intermodal transportation system that attracts businesses and residents and stimulates Pennsylvania’s economy.
A public middle school serving sixth, seventh, and eighth grade learners.
A multinational consumer goods company.
An organization creating opportunities for youth to shape the design of their cities.
A landscape architecture practice committed to transformation, revitalization and reclamation of urban and community spaces.
The first and largest urban research park in the United States.
An organization that serves and advances the disciplines of applied mathematics and computational science.
An independent educational institution that serves as the graduate school of education of Columbia University.
A state-related research university composed of 17 schools and colleges.
The only art university in the U.S. that allows its students to collaborate across traditional lines.