Before enjoying an exciting weekend at the World Maker Faire, join Maker Ed at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering Makerspace for an exciting opportunity to connect with maker educators from around the country! The Tandon School Makerspace is a collaborative workspace and lab that provides unique opportunities for students and faculty to engage in innovative and entrepreneurial activities. It features rapid prototyping and PCB production equipment, as well as advanced machining and testing capabilities. Come learn about Tinkercad Circuits with Autodesk's Andy Taylor, and enjoy a night of food, drinks, and hands-on maker fun!
This meetup is brought to you by Maker Promise, a partnership between Maker Ed and Digital Promise, and our amazing sponsors Autodesk and MackinMaker!
This is an all ages event, but alcohol will be served. Please bring your ID if you plan on drinking.
NYU Tandon School of Engineering Makerspace 6 MetroTech Center Brooklyn, NY11201
Parking near the Tandon School can be difficult, so we recommend using public transportation to get to the event. The space is very accessible via subway:
Maker Ed (Maker Education Initiative) is a national nonprofit organization that provides educators and institutions with the training, resources, and community of support they need to create engaging, inclusive, and motivating learning experiences for youth through maker education. Maker Ed is based in Oakland, CA. More information is available at makered.org.
The Maker Education Initiative is a non-profit project of the Tides Center, Tax ID: 94-321-3100. Please make gifts payable to Maker Education Initiative/Tides Center, P.O. Box 29907, San Francisco, CA 94129.