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

Flashback to Week of Making


While celebrating the National Week of Making, Digital Harbor Foundation was able to participate in both National Maker Faire, for which we were honored to be listed as a Highlighted Maker, and Capitol Hill Maker Faire in Washington, DC. We are very excited to have been a part of both of these events and had … Continue reading Flashback to Week of Making

Upcoming Family Make Night: Screenprinting


Join us on 7/19 to explore Screenprinting. This is a great project for family members of all ages and one of our newest projects at DHF. RSVP here Each family will get to make their own screenprinted t-shirt. We will be using fabric ink and vinyl to make a cool personalized t-shirt! Doors Open: 6:30pm; … Continue reading Upcoming Family Make Night: Screenprinting

How To: Multi-Colored 3D Printing


People are always interested in how they can create 3D printed objects with multiple colors. Sure, you can buy a printer with multiple extruders, but those are costly and not always reliable. Using three methods, I’m going to show you how to make some cool colorful prints! There are three different methods: Filament Switch, Sharpie-Coloring … Continue reading How To: Multi-Colored 3D Printing

Family Make Night: Laser-cut Lanterns


For Digital Harbor Foundation’s May Family Make Night families learned how to create their own custom laser-cut lanterns! By using a vector drawing software called Inkscape families were able to follow a tutorial on our Family Make Night website to create a custom lantern. Seeing everyone’s face light up with excitement as their lantern started … Continue reading Family Make Night: Laser-cut Lanterns

Announcing the Innovation Access Program


Digital Harbor Foundation is a leader in educational technology training for youth and educators. Through the Innovation Access Program, we we would like to expand access to innovative technology, resources and training to an increasing number of educators. Announced in the White House’s New Commitments in Support of the President’s Nation of Makers Initiative to … Continue reading Announcing the Innovation Access Program