“This generous grant will provide an opportunity for students ages 13-17 to receive STEM-based education outside the walls of a traditional classroom,” said Steve Clark, President & CEO of the Fayetteville Chamber.
This after school program will start in January and will continue throughout the spring semester. Students will rotate through the program and will be allowed access to the Fab Lab during the entire semester free of charge thanks to this amazing opportunity.
The NWA Fab Lab is a community resource that provides access to the tools and resources for education, innovation and invention, using technology and digital fabrication to allow anyone to make (almost) anything. Whether an artist, designer, tinkerer, hobbyist or engineer, there are many ways everyone can get involved with the NWA Fab Lab.