Be A Maker Club Launches Their Mobile Makerspace
Be A Maker Club launches their mobile makerspace at Maker Faire San Diego
Upland, Ca – Don’t just assemble parts in a kit. Learn by making at Be A Maker Club. Started by a parent as a resource for their own children, they teach children to make using 3D printers, laser engraver, CNC, sewing machine, vinyl cutter, soldering iron and multiple hand tools.
Be A Maker Club provides makerspaces for children. Their mission is to provide a safe space where children can make, explore and experiment. They want to develop and sustain children’s interest in Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Arts and Math.
Launched in Feb 2018, in Upland California, they partnered with Project Think hosting a summer enrichment program for nearly 400 children. With their mobile makerspace they can travel to different locations all over the Inland Empire with their machines. They can conduct enrichment programs, provide STEM class support or help run after school activities.
Their motto is ‘Hi-tech with high touch.’ They want young makers to embrace technology with hands-on learning. They encourage learning through making mistakes, observing others and exploration. Their instructors play the role of a coach, encouraging the children to make their own design and material choices. With classes catered for children as young as 5 years old up to 14 years, Be A Maker Club want to Get America Making Again #GAMA.
About Be A Maker Club
Located in College Business Park on the border of Upland and Claremont just north of Foothill Blvd, Be A Maker Club is surrounded by an active community of local artists, makers and craftspeople. Umakers, an adult makerspace is their immediate neighbor which gives them the opportunity to bring over expert makers for guest sessions. They are vendors for several home school networks like Inspire Charter School, Ilead, Summit Academy, Valiant Preparatory, Compass Charter School, Sky Mountain Charter School and more starting soon. You can see their class schedule at www.beamaker.club or call 323-686-2324.