Girls & Making: Meet Caitlyn


Digital Harbor Foundation is very passionate about having females in our space and involved in what we do. One of our main goals is to increase the number of female program participants and increase retention of girls in our programs. The Girls & Making Series is a way for us to share success stories and … Continue reading Girls & Making: Meet Caitlyn

Maker Camp Recap: Circuit Circus


The MiniMakers have been busy this summer making and creating!  We just finished our Circuit Circus Maker Camp and had a blast learning all about Circuits.  We started off camp by creating closed circuits to light up our bugs for our Flee Circus. Once we became familiar with closed circuits we added switches and buttons, … Continue reading Maker Camp Recap: Circuit Circus

Girls & Making Series: Meet Claire


Digital Harbor Foundation is very passionate about having females in our space and involved in what we do. One of our main goals is to increase the number of female program participants and increase retention of girls in our programs. The Girls & Making Series is a way for us to share success stories and … Continue reading Girls & Making Series: Meet Claire

Meet Our Summer 2016 YouthWorks Employees


Each year DHF employs youth who are members in our space through Baltimore City’s YouthWorks program. This year we are excited to have the most YouthWorkers that we have ever hired and are thrilled about the projects that they’ve been working on. Immanuel is a 15 year old who has been involved in DHF programs … Continue reading Meet Our Summer 2016 YouthWorks Employees

Family Make Night: Magnetic Mazes


Join us on August 16th to explore and create Mazes, using different mediums and means of prototyping. This is a great project for family members of all ages! RSVP here   Each family will get to make their own Maze using various materials including a magnet!  At the end of the night you will have a polished Maze … Continue reading Family Make Night: Magnetic Mazes

Family Make Night: Screenprinting


For July’s Family Make Night, families had the opportunity to decorate their own t-shirts by learning how to screenprint! This is the first time we’ve done this for a Family Make Night, and the first time that I have led a Family Make Night event. Each family was able to design their own t-shirt with … Continue reading Family Make Night: Screenprinting

Girls & Making Series: Meet Mary


Digital Harbor Foundation is very passionate about having females in our space and involved in what we do. One of our main goals is to increase the number of female program participants and increase retention of girls in our programs. The Girls & Making Series is a way for us to share success stories and … Continue reading Girls & Making Series: Meet Mary

DHF Presents: Admin Make Night


After spreading maker education to youth and educators all summer during our camps and workshops, we are excited to announce our first ever Admin Make Night. Created for principals, assistant principals, and district administrators, the DHF Admin Make Night is designed to allow administrators to have fun and create with the STEM & Maker tools that … Continue reading DHF Presents: Admin Make Night

How To PokeTour


For about a two weeks, Pokémon GO has been dominating the app store, the news cycle, and mobile devices of kids and adults alike. (In case you don’t know what Pokémon GO is, check out this quick summary.) The Augmented Reality (AR) scavenger hunt incorporates real-world elements like monuments, landmarks, and community centers, and encourages … Continue reading How To PokeTour

Girls & Making Series: Meet Sierra


Digital Harbor Foundation is very passionate about having females in our space and involved in what we do. One of our main goals is to increase the number of female program participants and increase retention of girls in our programs. The Girls & Making Series is a way for us to share success stories and … Continue reading Girls & Making Series: Meet Sierra