So how many students, teachers and community members have we impacted so far?
From 4 High Schools
Job Coaching Experiences
From 4 High Schools
Tours & Teacher Explorations, Presentations, & PDs
This data was last updated on 10/09/2017.
Students, teachers, parents and community members who attended our World Maker & Inventor Expo:
(41 Schools and 18 Companies/Organizations led booths and offered workshops at the World Maker & Inventor Expo)
In total, we have impacted 8,981 students, teachers, and community members!!!
2016/2017 Workshop, Club & Field Trip Topics
2015/2016 Workshop, Club & Field Trip Topics
Grants, Sponsorships & Donations
Kensington - Donation of over $3000 in items for NKY Makerspace, including sit-stand desk, charging stations/docks, headphones, etc.
Chick-Fil-A of Northern Kentucky - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo!
C-Forward - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo, and donor of all Maker Ambassador t-shirts for volunteer organization
All State: Bob Parsons Agency - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo!
Gorilla Maker - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo, providing prizes and sponsorship of Design Challenge competition. Has continued to donate into the 2017-2018 school year via new GM3D505 printer!
Gateway Community & Technical College - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo!
ASWD Law Firm - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo!
Four Seasons Tent Rental - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo, through donation of chairs/tables for Expo!
Ozobot - Donation of Ozobot for World Maker Expo 2017!
University of Kentucky; College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment Cooperative Extension Service - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo!
Simunic Patent Law - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo, and provided Louisville Bats tickets as reward for EV3 competition at Expo!
Boone County 4-H STEAM Clubs - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo!
Duke Energy - Proud sponsor of 2017 World Maker Expo!
Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative - Year II : $2,000 grant to support after school 3D printing clubs across four middle schools, in collaboration with Boone County Public Library
Monoprice - $5,000 in product for our video studio
National Girls' Colaborative Project/NASA KY - $1,000 grant for our Pegasus Club - Girls in Aerospace
Flight Depot - $500 Sponsorship of t-shirts for Pegasus Club
Gorilla Maker - $5,200 in product ($2,600 3D printer for a student invention competition and donation of a $2,600 3D printer to the MakerSpace)
KY Innovation - $500 grant to support prizes and legal assistance for students in an invention/3D modeling competition.
Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative - Year I : $2,000 grant to support after school 3D printing clubs across four middle schools
Boone County Recycle Center - $500 grant to support recycled torch making and our torch relay at the Maker Expo.
What's So Cool About Advanced Manufacturing Video Competition? - $500 for GoPro and accessories.
2015/2016 Student Intern Projects