Outreach programs across Massachusetts
Classes & Workshops in your community
Every term, we teach at around 40 organizations across the state. It’s our goal to reach as many communities as we can to bring STEM enrichment to a local school, library, parks & recreation center, community center, and community education department.
Classes tend to focus on one subject area, and last anywhere from 8-14 weeks. These are held before school, during school, or after-school.
Workshops are single sessions, and generally last 90-120 minutes each, where kids complete a more manageable project.
Camps are taught throughout Massachusetts during February vacation, April vacation, and Summer. Please visit our Camp page for camp locations & details.
Spring outreach programs
Click the program below to visit our partner’s page. Programs consist of after-school classes, before school classes, school hour electives, library workshops, and academic workshops
Lt Job Lane School – Video Game Design
Roger E. Wellington School – Video Game Design
Bolton Public Library – Stop Motion Animation workshop
Lincoln Parks & Recreation – LEGO Animation
Melrose Public Library – Animation workshop
Milton Public Library – Video Game Design workshop
Solomon Schechter Day School – Video Game Design
Pine Hill Elementary School – Video Game Design
Wellesley Free Library – Robotics workshop
Weston Recreation – 3D Modeling
Deerfield School – Video Game Design
Wilmington Library – three 3D Modeling workshops
Kids Corner – Video Game Design