Young Makers


The Maker Education Initiative’s Young Makers program brings together a community of young people, ages 8-18, of varying backgrounds, interests, and skill levels, with mentors and a space to make. In small clubs, participants work together throughout the season to design and make a youth-chosen, open-ended project, culminating in an opportunity to share and exhibit at a showcase event. Young Makers was started in 2010, as a small collaboration between Make, Pixar, and Exploratorium in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Maker trailer – A documentary on the Maker Movement

Eclipse M2M Technology Demonstrator at Le Web 2012

MakerCon Conference New York 2014


World Maker Faire New York 2014


DIY Smart Thermostat


Glue for the Internet of Things | MIT Technology Review

Glue for the Internet of Things | MIT Technology Review.


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