a place in which people with shared interests, especially in computing or technology, can gather to work on projects while sharing ideas, equipment, and knowledge.
"the makerspace is equipped with 3D printers, laser cutters, various milling devices, and more"
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WHAT WE OFFER
Maker Camp provides a simple, fun way for kids to get involved in making.
Our worldwide network of affiliates host Maker Camps in public libraries, community groups, makerspaces, and maker homes.
Cool projects are always available here online!
More than 1 million kids have participated in Maker Camp since it launched in 2012.” - MakerCamp.com
With each session, students and individuals will have the opportunity to expand, evolve and flourish their Maker ideas, designs and inventions.
Each class will dive right into a new project and a new theme.
By the end of the summer camp, students and individuals will be able to confidently say that they designed and produced something that went far beyond
Outside of the Le Moyne Maker Camp, kids will have the opportunity to work on their own projects.
These independent studies will give kids the ability to produce their own products, at their own pace.
The Le Moyne Maker institute offers a variety of machinery and services available for the communities use. The institute also offers classes for children during extended breaks over the school year.
BUSINESS & EDUCATION partners
Our Staff at the Maker Institute consists of college students who are in various fields in the realms of information technology, engineering, graphic design, and many more.
Our goal at the Maker Institute is to instill a teaching experience into college students on Le Moyne College's campus, as well as in elementary and middle schools across the Syracuse area. .