From K-12 to K-Employment

Pathways to Careers

At WozED we take “career ready” to the next level through research-based STEM kits and strong industry partnerships.

From K-12 to Science Careers

Science Kits

Our standards-based Science Kits embed mathematical and conceptual reasoning to prepare students for careers in scientific industries.


Customized Curriculum

Woz ED Pathways to Careers! We specialize in science, technology and career-based programs designed to get people into the workforce quickly and affordably. Our goal is to educate and tool the masses to fill the multitude of quality tech-based jobs that are currently open and projected to grow in the coming years. This will not only help individuals and families sustain financial stability, but also help spur innovation and growth in business and government.

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Changing the World

Continuing Steve Wozniak’s vision, Woz ED provides a personalized approach to integrating career pathways from K–Employment so learners can land high-demand science and technology jobs and start changing the world.

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Our partnerships

Schools and Organizations

Pathway to Adventure Council, Boy Scouts of America
Based in Chicago, Illinois, The Pathway to Adventure Council spans two states, serves more than 21,000 youth members, and includes nearly 8,000 adult volunteers and four service centers. Woz ED and PTAC joined forces to create Career Pathway implementation models that fit the Scouts meeting schedules, size, and locations resulting in an economically viable model that increased enrollment, retention, and diversity in the PTAC programs.
Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub
STEM2 Hub is an active aggregator for the diverse group of educators, corporations, policymakers, funders, community nonprofits, researchers, community leaders and others in the development and ongoing refinement of a local vision for STEM learning in Northeast Florida, reaching Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, Putnam, and St. Johns counties. Through the process of exploration and discovery, the STEM2 Hub students learn by doing while enjoying themselves in an environment of healthy competition where it is safe to fail and where fast failure can be a strategic tool of innovation. Woz ED was chosen to expand the strong work that was happening in the region with the addition of Drone Piloting and Cybersecurity to the right program offerings.
Western NY
Woz ED has enjoyed a strong presence in Western NY for more than a decade and boasts a field office in the region. Innovative programs in Lockport, North Tonawanda, Kenmore Tonawanda, Lackawanna, Salamanca, Randolph, Falconer, Genesee Valley, and Niagara Falls make this region a popular visitation destination for educators who want to see the Pathways in action.
Woz ED Pathway Districts
Salamanca City School District was the first Woz Pathway District in the nation. Nestled in the Allegany Territory of the Seneca Nation of Indians, Salamanca’s 1,200 young learners are learning cybersecurity, drone maintenance, repair and piloting, engineering design, coding and mobile development starting in Kindergarten and progressing through entry level job readiness.

Our newest member of the Pathway family is Randolph Central School District in western NY. Randolph has identified Drone, Coding and Animation as three of their initial pathways and collaborating with the upper grades to determine the remainder.

Woz Pathway Schools
Pathway Schools and Districts make a strong commitment to multiple Pathways and access for all students. These dedicated learning environments benefit from signage to build community awareness of the STEM learning opportunities they offer, positively impacting enrollment. Steve Wozniak personally inducts each Pathway School and District each year in Phoenix at our Fall Convening.

Palm View Elementary School was the first Woz Pathway school in the nation. Located in Palmetto, Florida all students in grades K-6 enjoy an education rich with cybersecurity, drone maintenance, repair and piloting, engineering design, coding and mobile development.
Woz ED in entering its second year of STEAM work at Southwest Leadership Academy, an alternative high school located in downtown Phoenix. When Superintendent Phil Geiger found out about the Woz Pathway designation he expanded the program to meet the criteria and uses the Tech Economy learning opportunities to attract more students to the school and retain them. His students earn high school credit for their work in cybersecurity, drone maintenance, repair and piloting, engineering design, coding and mobile development.