Our programs are designed to attract, inspire, and support the next generation of ceramic and glass professionals.
The Ceramic and Glass Industry Foundation (CGIF) was founded in 2014 has established programs in student and educator outreach, international student exchanges, travel grants, and student leadership development.
K-12 educators can request free materials science kits and curriculum to expand ceramic and glass education. It contains nine fun, hands-on lessons and activities to introduce students to the basics of materials science.
The mission of PCSA is to engage students as active and long-term leaders in the ceramics community and to increase participation in ACerS at the local, national, and international levels.
Through initiatives like our Underrepresented Student Scholarship Fund, we provide scholarships to help support the next generation of ceramic and glass professionals.
Our teaching resource center features digital copies of all the lessons included in our kits, bonus lessons, classroom posters, and video demos to help K-12 teachers plan interactive lessons.
The Ceramic and Glass Career Center is the ideal place for job and internship seekers to find a ceramic and glass career opportunity. Ceramic and glass material employers can find the best materials science graduates and professionals.
Keramos promotes and emphasizes scholarship and character in the thoughts of students in ceramics, stimulates mental development, and promotes interest in the professional aspects of ceramic engineering, technology, and science.