Rec-to-Tech National Design Challenge

Is your community ready for a Tech Center?

Learn more about the Rec-to-Tech Design Challenge!

Commitment to Action

The Digital Harbor Foundation, with support from Schmidt Futures and in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association, the National League of Cities, and the Association of Science – Technology Centers is announcing the launch of the Rec-to-Tech National Design Challenge to build a scalable model that creates maker and computer science education programs serving youth in rec centers around the country.

Schmidt Futures National Recreation and Park Association Association of Science - Technology Centers National League of Cities

National Rec-to-Tech Design Challenge Partner Organizations

National Rec-to-Tech Design Challenge Application

For detailed instructions, please download the following: Digital Harbor National Rec-to-Tech Design Challenge Overview

To be considered for admission into the 1st Cohort of the National Rec-to-Tech Design Challenge Application, complete form by:
– November 1, 2018 –
– December 1, 2018 –
– January 1, 2019 –
– February 1, 2019 –
– March 1, 2019 –

Get to Know Us

Digital Harbor Foundation is made up of a team of committed, energized, and supportive makers who are dedicated to fostering learning among youth and educators.

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The People Who Make This Possible

Thanks to countless donors and supporters, Digital Harbor Foundation is able to continue reaching youth and educators across Baltimore and across the nation. 

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Digital Harbor Foundation
1045 Light St. Baltimore, MD 21230

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