Project Lead The Way at California State University, Chico

Project Lead The Way at California State University, Chico

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California State University, Chico is proud to partner with Project Lead The Way (PLTW), the nation’s leading provider of K-12 STEM programs. PLTW’s world-class, activity-, project-, and problem-based curriculum and high-quality teacher professional development, combined with an engaged network of educators and corporate partners, help students develop the skills they need to be successful in post-secondary education and beyond.


[ Download Summer 2018 Schedule & Accommodations Info ]

PLTW | Launch (Grades K-5)
  Classroom Teacher Training

PLTW | Gateway (Middle School)
  Automation & Robotics
  Design & Modeling
  Energy & the Environment
  Flight & Space
  Green Architecture
  Medical Detectives


If you would like to reserve a seat in one or more of the training sessions above, please use our online reservation form. We will follow up with you about your reservation, core training requirements, and registration information. Official registration opens in mid-March.


CSU, Chico Campus Video Tour If you are looking for a unique venue, consider California State University, Chico for your Project Lead The Way training.

The City of Chico is located 90 miles north of Sacramento in the northern end of the lush Sacramento Valley. With an urban population of just over 100,000, Chico has the charm of a small town, with all the amenities of a big city. Downtown Chico is within a block of campus and offers a wide variety of shopping, dining, and cultural experiences. Bidwell Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the country at 3,670 acres, stretches nearly 11 miles from campus east into the foothills and provides year-round recreation activities.

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In 2014, Project Lead The Way trained more than 6,000 teachers using its rigorous approach. PLTW’s three-phase professional development model focuses on preparing teachers with the professional skills necessary to get students engaged in learning the STEM disciplines and focused on seeking solutions. Training is conducted in partnership with more than 50 colleges, universities, and other institutions.


Solving America’s workforce skills gap takes commitment from the public and private sectors. Project Lead The Way is creating outstanding partnerships with leading corporations, philanthropic organizations, and educational institutions, such as Chico State. PLTW has alliances with nearly 100 leading corporations like Chevron, Lockheed Martin, Autodesk, and many others.