Northumberland Makers: LEGO and LittleBits Birthday Parade Float


The makerspace class at Northumberland Christian School is on mission to explore the world of technology and innovation. We seek to be part of ideas that collide with real-world opportunities. We don’t just want our students to create. We want our students to create with purpose. The things we make, the ideas we are exploring, … Continue reading Northumberland Makers: LEGO and LittleBits Birthday Parade Float

Announcing IAP 3D Printer Recipients


We were overwhelmed by the responses to the Innovation Access Program, and were inspired by the many innovative ideas that you submitted for how you would use the printer with your youth.  We are excited to announce that we will be awarding a PrintrBot Simple 3D Printer and associated training to the 48 educators listed below. … Continue reading Announcing IAP 3D Printer Recipients

Northumberland Makers: 3D Printed Deck Boxes


The makerspace class at Northumberland Christian School is on mission to explore the world of technology and innovation. We seek to be part of ideas that collide with real-world opportunities. We don’t just want our students to create. We want our students to create with purpose. The things we make, the ideas we are exploring, … Continue reading Northumberland Makers: 3D Printed Deck Boxes

Get on the Map! 3D Mapping Maryland Project


We are excited to be collaborating with the Maryland State Department of Education on a 3D Mapping Maryland Project and are requesting participation from all school systems. This crowd-sourced 3D printing project will result in a massive puzzle reflecting a Maryland topographical map. In order to develop this puzzle, each school system or public library … Continue reading Get on the Map! 3D Mapping Maryland Project

Vinyl Logo Design by Youth


When you are a kid, you reach this point where you think you hold the barometer of cool. I know I thought I had it all figured out. “That kid is cool because he has those shoes….” “That girl is cool because she has that kind of backpack.” One group of people I couldn’t understand as … Continue reading Vinyl Logo Design by Youth

#SXSL Interactive Sign


Two years ago, two of our youth, Biren and Glory, created a sign for DHF whose color could be changed using a hashtag on Twitter. Today, that project has been scaled in size, magnitude and impact as it serves as one of the center pieces at the White House #SXSL event. The build of the larger version … Continue reading #SXSL Interactive Sign

DHF Presents: Admin Make Night


After working with youth maker and maker educators this summer and fall during our camps and workshops, we are excited to announce our second 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 are … Continue reading DHF Presents: Admin Make Night

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