Our classroom visits, equipment loans, and workshops are free thanks to our generous sponsors.

Advancing Science is now approved to receive Educational Improvement Tax Credits, please visit our EITC page for more information. 

Please contact your PA legislators to encourage continued and increased funding for Advancing Science and Science in Motion. 
The consortium is referred to in legislation as the Higher Education/Basic Education Science and Technology Partnership.
Click here to find your legislator and their contact information.

Contact advancingscience@gettysburg.edu for more information or to suggest potential sources of funding. 

Gettysburg College
Gettysburg College houses the program and provides extensive in-kind support including maintenance and technical support.
 2006-2007, 2009-2012, 2015-present
Three grants from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have provided general operating funds for an environmental science mobile educator in grade K-12 classrooms .
PA Department of Education
2000 - Present
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the Department of Education has provided general operating funds for our work with grade 5-12 classrooms.

Drink Works - Whirley Cup
Drink works corporation has partnered with Advancing Science for a third year in a row to provide general program funding through the PA EITC program.      
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2015 - Present
The Sheetz company generously donated gas gift cards during the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school year
waste management
Waste Management donated general program funding through the PA EITC program. 

PNC Bank provided general program funding through the PA EITC program. 

Teva Pharmaceuticals provided general program funding through the PA EITC program. 
2008 - 2014
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has awarded several grants to fund environmental education workshops and support classroom services.  

 The Hoffman Trust

The Hoffman Trust funded services to Adams County schools. 
The Glatfelter Foundation funded services to the Spring Grove area.
 TE Connectivity 1990s - 2012
The TE Connectivity Foundation has funded a variety of equipment purchases over the years and provided operating funds for work at the elementary level.  The most recent grant (2012) provided funds for 16 laptops.  Previous grants awarded under the name of Tyco/AMP.
Advancing Science received an equipment grant as part of Vernier's 30th Anniversary Celebration.  Two class sets of Vernier LabQuests and one class set of Vernier SpectroVis Plus were provided.
The Kunkel Foundation provided an equipment grant to purchase a second class set of digital microscope cameras.