Month: August 2015

Thinking beyond Maker Jawn

I have been working with Maker Jawn for the past two months and enjoy going to work everyday where I get to foster participant’s learning in a safe, interest driven, environment. The library feels like a haven space for me, as a Mentor, and I think it is safe to say that the Makers have a similar feeling. One of Maker… Read more →


Maker Jawn Website Updates

We’ve been updating our website by adding more resources and showcasing some projects that program participants have worked on over the past year. Some highlights include videos of our 3-part Maker Programming on the Library Floor LSTA Webinar, a documentary about homelessness that inter-generational programming participants made for a college class with Maker Mentor Sean at Cecil B. Moore Library,… Read more →

Mentors Kenny and BK @ Maker Camp!

This past week Kenny and BK embarked on an incredible journey in their spare time. With some encouragement from the fine folks over at Maker Camp they made a video based on the Magnetic Mazes Project that was done at the Village of Arts and Humanities in 2013. Check out some links for the project below:   Check out Day… Read more →