Corning Incorporated Collaborations and Programs

Corning Incorporated Collaborations and Programs

The objective of Office of STEM is to support the advancement of science and engineering education from early childhood through graduate and doctorate studies in an effort to enhance college and career readiness. Programs such as the Technician Pipeline Program and the Graduate Research Scholars Program, among others, directly contribute to innovation activities at Corning.

Technology Community Pipelining and Recruiting Governance Team
The Governance team is comprised of managers from Human Resources, chiefs of staff from Corning’s Research, Development and Engineering department, as well as other senior leaders.  This team serves as an information-sharing body for all activities related to talent pipelining and recruiting, including the intern program, campus and conference recruiting efforts, and vetting nominees for national diversity awards.

Technician Pipeline Program (TPP) 
The TPP was introduced in 2008 to optimize the scientist-to-technician ratio in Corning’s Technology Community, and increase the number of under-represented minorities and women in technician roles by establishing a comprehensive, fully customized talent pipeline.

Interested in being considered for the Technician Pipeline Program? You can contact for additional information or read an overview of the program here. (PDF - 3.2 MB). To apply, download the Candidate Questionnaire and Candidate Essay below and return them to with a Subject Title of: TPP Application Materials

Support for all Pre-K – 20 Science and Engineering activities