Maker Challenge programme
What do the Maker Challenge Programmes involve?
The Mega-Maker Challenge programme is a fully funded programme aimed at students aged 14-18. Students will have the opportunity to develop an idea and see it through to creation. With access to cutting edge technologies, they'll learn to use a range of making tools and techniques with the support of Imperial staff and students. They will gain a range of skills from practical hands-on use of equipment to a myriad of soft skills including product development, team-building, presenting and communicating. At the end of the programme there will also be a showcase for the parents, teachers and families to engage with.
The programme involves three full days – two consecutive Saturdays of induction and a mid-point Saturday coaching workshop, as well as 10 after school sessions once a week from 16.30-19.30 during a given term.
The Maker Challenge programme is a fully funded programme for students aged 11-14. This programme works with local secondary schools across three full days of making in the Reach Out Makerspace.
How do I apply?
The first cohort has now been recruited and is due to start in September 2017 but if you wish to receive more information about future oportunities to get involved, please sign up to our newsletter or email the Maker Space coordinator; Kate Mulcahy on firstname.lastname@example.org.