What is STEM?

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

What is the STEM EDGE mission?

The STEM Excellence in Development, Student Growth and Equity (EDGE) program at PCC was created to promote awareness and increase student achievement in STEM education. Our team is here to guide students on their journey in STEM by providing support in advising, tutoring, undergraduate research, course development and transfer advice. Students in the program will have access to state-of-the-art technology and tools to aid their education and workshop opportunities that will help them in life.

Why is STEM Important to You?

  • STEM career fields are increasing! STEM employment is expected to grow faster than all other occupations by 2021.
  • The median salary for STEM workers is nearly $76,000, double the median wage of other workers.
  • STEM workers find their jobs very intellectually stimulating.

Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistic (

  • Advising
  • Career development /Work based learning
  • Internship
  • Transfer
  • Tutors
  • Undergrad research
  • Workshops

This work was supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Title III HSI-STEM EDGE Grant Award # PO31C210105. Hosted by PCC STEM EDGE.

STEM students recognized at Robotics Challenge

Pueblo Community College STEM students worked hard this semester to build Rover robotics to compete in the recent Colorado Robotics Challenge presented by NASA...


Joey Mathews
Academic Building, Room 150

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Colorado Space Grant


The Colorado Space Grant Consortium (COSGC) is funded by NASA and is a statewide organization involving 17 colleges, universities and institutions around Colorado. It provides Colorado students access to space through innovative courses, real world hands-on Robotics and Balloon Satellites programs, and interactive outreach programs.

Students interact with engineers and scientists from NASA and aerospace companies to develop,test, and fly new space technologies and to support our outreach and teaching programs.

For more information on COSGC, contact Joey Mathews at 719.549.3125 or

>> PCC Space Grant Application