We reached out to Anthony Neil Tan this spring for an update on his Maker Hub Club and where they are today. He did such a great job highlighting their accomplishments that I will let you read it directly from him, instead of paraphrasing it for you! You can see the post on him as a scholarship winner here.
Our student maker funding program called Instructor Awards, where students write an Instructable teaching others how to make something and receive reimbursement for material expenses.
- Custom Gaming Keypad With RGB
- How to Refurbish an Old Skateboard
We taught an 8-week virtual Arduino Programming Workshop to 10 students hailing from across the nation
We held monthly Makers Meetings to foster community and held engaging activities
- We held an April Fools Prank challenge where two winners were awarded with a $25 Amazon gift card each.
- Check out a video on one of the winning projects here.
We got t-shirts and keychains to spread our spirit and pride in what we do!
- We got 26 t-shirts (16 for volunteers and 10 as prizes for our student maker spotlights and for our special awards recipients in the 2021 InventorsFair, which we participated in as judges.)
We participated in Makers + Mentors’ Make For All Commitments in support of maker-centered learning!
- I’ll be a guest speaker at the Make For All Commitments Celebration event, representing Maker Hub Club and speaking about the wonderful experiences of being a student maker.
We are rebranding to Student Makers because we feel this organization name truly resonates with our commitment to serving the student makers community!