Get ready to create! On June 17-23rd, the White House will celebrate the National Week of Making. Across the country, libraries, museums, schools, and other community spaces are encouraged to host events that promote new ideas and creations. The White House supports opportunities for students to learn through making, especially about STEM related topics. During the National Week of Making, the National Maker Faire also takes place at the University of District of Columbia on June 18th and 19th. The event will include federal agencies, departments, as well as makers from across the country.
Know someone who is empowering others to be makers and innovators? Nominate them to be selected as a Champion of Change!
You can also submit your new activities and suggestions to promote making in your community. Check out the Maker Map to find makerspaces in your area. You can contribute to the map and explore their maker resources.
Join the fun by using the hashtags #NationOfMakers and #WeekofMaking and connect with others!
Interested in makerspaces? Remember, CMLE has put together a wealth of information on the topic! Check it out here.
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