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Your Gift Truly Makes a Difference

 

Your generosity enables the Orlando Science Center to educate and inspire.  We bring families together in an environment that encourages learning. The Orlando Science Center is the highest attended cultural venue in the region averaging 300,000 guests per year. Over 70,000 students annually experience on and off-site STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) based educational initiatives. The Science Center is a proven educational community resource that provides hands on interactive learning experiences.

 

Admissions and memberships provide about 65 cents of every dollar needed;
Government appropriations provide about 16 cents of every dollar needed:

  • To provide access to the Orlando Science Center at a reasonable admission price.
  • To ensure all families have access to the Science Center regardless of ability to pay.
  • To bring and maintain state of the art exhibits at the Science Center.

 

The rest is up to the generosity of supporters, like you!

Please make a gift to the Orlando Science Center today. There are a variety of ways that you can be part of the mission to inspire science learning for life.

 

Individual Giving

Leave a Legacy

Give Others a Chance

Corporate Opportunities

Adopt-A-Star

Community Council

Volunteer Opportunities

 

Orlando Science Center recently received $20,000 from Walt Disney World Resort as part of the company’s 2014 Disney Grants program.

The funding will enhance mission-enabling projects including teacher professional development, classroom workshops and family engagement — each as it relates to early childhood learning — for communities in need.

Thanks, Disney!

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On Thursday, April 3rd, Orlando Science Center hosted the Inspire Science Breakfast. The event is an opportunity to celebrate the Science Center's role as a vital community resource that ignites the spark for tomorrow's leaders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The event included several notable speakers, including Shiv Gaglani and Dr. Sandy Shugart.

Shiv Gaglani, an MD/MBA candidate at the John Hopkins School of Medicine and Harvard Business School, is passionate about medical and educational innovation, having co-founded two accelerator-backed startups; one in education called Osmosis, and the other in medicine called Smartphone Physical. Gaglani is also a three-time winner of the Dr. Nelson Ying Science Competition here at Orlando Science Center!

Dr. Sandy Shugart, president of Valencia Community College since January, 2000, also spoke at Inspire Science Breakfast. For more than a decade, Dr. Shugart has led the college in a process of deep change designed to put student learning first and achieve quantum improvements in completion. He is also the winner of the 2011 inaugural Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence; an award that named Valencia College the nation's top community college.

Orlando Science Center's vision is to be the community partner that fosters creativity and curiosity for Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM); which stimulates the kind of innovation that transforms our economy and enhances lives. It is your continued support that allows us to make that vision a reality. Check out photos of this year's Inspire Science Breakfast below, and be sure to mark your calendar for next year!


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Here's a video from our most recent Walmart Foundation $5 Day. Thanks to the Walmart Foundation, admission for the day was only $5! It also coincided with Mission Nutrition, where Guests got to find out more about a health lifestyle and heart health!


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Today, the Orlando Science Center held the Inspire Science Breakfast. The event is an opportunity to celebrate the Science Center's role as a vital community resource that ignites the spark for tomorrow's leaders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

The 2013 edition featured special guests that truly exemplify the Science Center's mission to inspire science learning for life. Dr. Morgan Cable, the first-ever winner of the Dr. Ying Competition, was present to speak to the power the Science Center has in inspiring future scientists, doctors and teachers.

The Orlando Science Center also paid tribute to a man that has given so much via knowledge, scientific discovery and philanthropy as Dr. Nelson Ying became the first-ever recipient of the President's Star Maker Award.

Guests had an opportunity to get involved by making a donation, pledging to volunteer and sharing the vision of the Science Center in our community. You, too, can make a difference just as they did. To start, explore the "Support' section of our website.




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Welcome to our new neighbors, The PRISM Project (Promoting Regional Improvement in Science and Math)!

The Orlando Science Center and The PRISM Project have similar values and ideals. With a mission to “inspire science learning for life,” the Science Center is dedicated to engaging the community in learning experiences that inspire people to build their critical thinking skills for a lifetime of reward. PRISM recognizes that the global economic competitiveness in the 21st century is built upon a strong foundation in math and science, and as such, their mission is to provide dynamic and supportive leadership to Central Florida’s school districts, strive to enhance teaching and learning in K-12 science and math, and promote related business development, career opportunities, and quality of life for children and youth.

The Orlando Science Center is providing office space at no cost to PRISM in an effort to help grow the PRISM program and further the regional STEM agenda.


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