Best Practices
Experiential Learning
The Partnership Collaborative facilitates the development, integration and growth of partnerships across the three divisions. The mission of the collaborative is to create partnerships with universities and community organizations to provide real world learning and leadership opportunities for students, connect our students to innovative programs & research opportunities, and enhance external partnerships with corporate and community organizations/associations to create opportunities for innovative and experiential learning and leadership.

Partnerships from a variety of industries, non-profits and the arts enrich the curricular program by providing real-world and experiential learning opportunities for girls at all levels. The partnership collaborative connects faculty to external partners by consulting with them to design experiences that connect Ellis girls to the local, national and global community.

Key People

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  • Susan Corbesero Ph.D. 

    Chair, History Department; US History Teacher; Global Initiatives Coordinator

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  • Isabelle Moldovan 

    Visual Art Teacher, MS and US

Our Partners

Animal Rescue League
Arsenal School
Assemble
Center for Stem Education for Girls
CMU Robotics Institute
Create Lab of CMU
Engineering Department of CMU
Entertainment Technology Center at CMU
Falk School of Sustainability at Chatham University
Google
IBM/Pittsburgh Dataworks
Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Mattress Factory
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Powder Mill Nature Preserve
Quality of Life Technology Center, CMU
Schell Games
Steeltown Entertainment
The Andy Warhol Museum
The Children's Institute
University of Pittsburgh
UPMC