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CSTL Professional Services

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Customizable Services And Solutions For Your Business, Nonprofit, Or Classroom

CSTL is not just a great place for students to learn, play, and engage with science and nature. While one part of our mission is to provide Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (S.T.E.M.) education directly to the youth here at Tanglewood Preserve, at CSTL we also strive to assist corporations, businesses, and nonprofit organizations nationwide in their efforts to provide S.T.E.M. educational programs to individuals in their communities.

As part of our corporate signature programs, we have worked in close partnership with organizations like NBC, the Discovery Channel, Applied Materials, NYSERDA, the National Science Teachers’ Association, Nassau County Parks and Recreation, the US Department of Education, and the US Department of Energy, to name a few.

CSTL also offers professional development opportunities for teachers, on a range of topics including classroom management, STEM integration, STEM content, and more.

If you want to build an educational exhibit, we can help with exhibit design as well! Exhibits we have worked on in the past include Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park, Battle of the Dinosaurs, Amazing Animals, and more.

Corporate Signature Programs

Whether it’s a competition or the development of a special program, CSTL has the experience and logistical know how to carry out your project all the way from conception through to evaluation. We take care of everything, including the cultivation of strategic partnerships, and media coverage. Need an idea? We have the creative minds at CSTL to help you develop a unique program that fulfills the objectives of your corporation while providing extremely positive brand recognition.

Put your corporate name on a program that will reach thousands of people and change lives. CSTL will design and implement a competition or other signature program that will give your corporation brand recognition locally, nationally, or even internationally. Want to help develop future leaders, scientists, or entrepreneurs? CSTL can make sure that your corporation has a unique program that will bring positive attention to your corporation’s goals and community commitment.

CSTL will evaluate the program from start to finish, giving your organization all of the metrics it needs to make decisions on future programs and opportunities. We use focus groups and a series of other evaluative tools to help you understand program effectiveness.

Some Of Our Most Recent Projects

  • NBC Learn– CSTL created the educational material used by NBC Learn for their “Chemistry Now” series. CSTL created and conducted all of the national webinars to train teachers to use Chemistry Now.
  • Covanta Teacher Challenge–CSTL was instrumental in creating the nation’s only hands-on competition for teachers, which focused on the importance of S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education.
  • America’s Home Energy Education Challenge– For this nationwide energy competition, CSTL, the US Department of Energy, The National Science Teachers Assoc., teamed up to challenge kids to save energy at home and at school.
  • Clean Tech Competition –This international competition challenges high school students to find solutions to global problems through innovation. CSTL develops and manages this program globally.

What Program Participants Said About Us

“I just wanted to thank you so much for the wonderful, worthwhile day we had at the Covanta Teachers Challenge on Tuesday. Everyone at CSTL who took part in putting this together did a SUPER job! And thanks to your commitment to the sciences, and in bringing fun and interesting learning experiences to our children (and us teachers too!).”
Joe Castelli, Elmont Schools

“The U.S. Department of Energy’s America’s Home Energy Challenge was a phenomenal way for our families to understand more about energy. You did a great job supporting our efforts, we always knew what to do!”
Marlene Waterland, Southeast Electric- Ekalaka, Montana