PRESS RELEASE Maker Ed Launches Campaign To Create and Expand Nationwide Network of Youth-Oriented Makerspaces Partners with Autodesk, Cognizant, FIRST, Intel, Maker Media, and US2020 to Support Access to Nearby Makerspaces for Every Child in America Oakland, CA, June 18, 2014: Announced at this week’s White House Maker Faire, the Maker Education Initiative (Maker Ed) launches […]
You might be noticing that makers are getting shorter and more wrinkle-free these days. Their ideas and creations, though, are no less inventive or surprising. All children are makers, innately curious and imaginative, naturally inclined to create and build. And these days, it’s starting to show in the number of youth you might trip over […]
The spring season is as busy as can be! To get into the flow of all things maker-related, join us at The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, CA on Saturday, April 26 from 10am to 2pm for a special Open Make: Flow event. The agenda is filled with fun, hands-on activities and inspiring […]
The Lawrence Hall of Science hosts an exciting public event, Open Make: deBUG, this upcoming Saturday, April 19, 2014 from 10am to 3pm. The “deBUG” theme connects to makers and activities who are inspired by insects, as well as work related to problem-solving, tinkering, and fixing! Our Young Makers will also be a critical part […]
by Janet Miller and Victoria Cortez SAM’s doors opened in late September and her VISTAs, Janet and Victoria, arrived on November 25, 2013. While walls were still being painted, the show went on for “OSOT,” one of the thousand or so acronyms the VISTAs are still learning but “out-of-school-time” is what SAM is all […]
At Maker Ed, we believe that every child is a maker. We aim to celebrate the inclusivity of making, and this month in particular, we are highlighting our work with female makers, supported by a boost from Google for Entrepreneurs’ #40Forward campaign. Encouraging more women and girls to participate in the maker movement is part of […]
Maker Ed is thrilled to announce that we are a part of the Google for Entrepreneurs #40Forward challenge. We are one of forty startup communities taking new approaches to increase the representation of women in our community by 25% in 2014. Through its core programs, Maker Ed will be working with organizations and educators, particularly female […]
By Jessica Gray Schipp, Maker AmeriCorps VISTA at the Lighthouse Community Charter School Creativity Lab Journal, sketchbook, notebook, blog, book, diary, scrapbook, daybook, log — no matter what you call these information collectors, they all do the same sort of something. They provide a way to document our experiences. They can be shared or private, written or […]
Oracle support and several dedicated volunteers jumpstarted a surge of Maker interest in the South Bay.
Even though camp ended officially two weeks ago, Maker Camp remains very active and is full of kids making great projects and sharing them with others.