RISE, the Rural Initiative for Science Education, offers professional development training for science teachers in low-resource communities. Over the course of a three-day workshop, participating educators are shown experiments using locally available materials that they could integrate into their own classrooms. These hands-on experiments are developed by Pueblo Science to incorporate concepts from biology, chemistry, material science, physics, and engineering and are tailored to reflect the local curriculum, regional needs, interests, and available resources. The teachers training also emphasizes effective pedagogical techniques in science education, and instructors provide follow-up support in the implementation of the experiments. As of 2018, RISE has been conducted in the Philippines, Thailand, Guyana, Jamaica, India, and Bolivia and has trained over 3,000 teachers.