How can Pittsburgh become more globally engaged? Amizade and others have some ideas.
This summer, two Sprout-funded projects came together to make a video for Pittsburgh Pride–check it out!
Creator of the online radio show “What What Why”, Margaret Krauss, talks about her inspirations.
Sprout talks to Sara Blumenstein to see what inspired the Pittsburgh Canning Exchange.
Seed Award grantee Knots on Lots teamed with Bar Marco’s No Menu Monday to show off knotweed as more than just a nuisance.
With the help of a Seed Award from Sprout, the Braddock Carnegie Library expands its circulating collection to include artworks that anyone can check … Read More
Citywide campaign expands access to educational opportunities for children and youth in Pittsburgh and connects learning to real world opportunity through the use of … Read More
Ten-year-old fashion designer Amya has found real-world applications for her digital literacy skills, using computers to help in her design work at Maker’s Place … Read More
Meet Jomari and Sylvan, two Digital Corps mentors working to activate digital literacies among youth in neighborhood afterschool programs
In Pittsburgh, we’re preparing local youth from all backgrounds to be the creative problem solvers of tomorrow’s innovation economy.
Over the past 12 years, Sprout has provided critical early support for hundreds of projects that have made an impact on our community. From … Read More
Carnegie Mellon University and the National Aviary present “For the Birds”, a stunning visual symphony starring the museum’s birds.
Sprout is celebrating our newest Seed Award winners at Nied’s Hotel on Thursday, April 24th, and you’re invited.
How do we prepare a workforce for an economy we can’t even imagine? Recognizing learning whenever, and wherever it happens is one place to … Read More
Know of a great place to meet up and hang out that feels like a home away from home? Submit it to We Are … Read More