Program Information

Join Us For Our Spring 2020 Programs!

This trimester we are pleased to offer a range of youth afterschool programs focused on technology and making. Please check our offerings and register below.

General Program Information

  • Program Dates: Monday, February 10, 2020 — Friday May 22, 2020
  • Program Schedule: 2 sessions per week — Monday/Wednesday OR Tuesday/Thursday
  • Register By: Friday, February 7, 2020
  • Showcase Date: May 21, 2020

Pay What You Can

We firmly believe that financial capacity should never be a barrier to participation in our youth programs. That’s why we proudly offer all of our youth programs under a Pay-What-You-Can pricing model.

There is a real cost for creating and facilitating our programs. If you are unable to pay this full price, we invite you to pay the amount that is affordable for your family. We don’t require proof of income and no one is turned away based on their payment amount.

Click this link to learn more about our Pay-What-You-Can model.

Mini Makers

Mini Makers is an after-school program focused on introducing young makers to the exciting intersection of art, technology, and making. This program allows elementary-aged youth to explore, build, learn, solve, and most importantly, grow as a maker. These courses are open to youth in grades 3-5. 

In this upcoming course, youth can come and learn how to design fun images and graphics in 2D and then put that knowledge to use in three dimensions with 3D printing and other digital fabrication techniques!

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Maker Foundations

Digital Harbor Foundation’s Maker Foundations program is an introductory course for middle and high school youth. Enjoy learning new skills and creating projects as an exploration of popular maker topics. In this program you will design and 3D print your own creations, learn to program games and make your own game artwork, make a website, create interactive electronics, and much more!

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These courses are open to our youth Members who have successfully completed Maker Foundations or DHF Orientation. To learn more about this program generally, please visit our Members main page.

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WebSLAM Develop your web programming skills through mini-projects and by building a functioning website. Learn to design and build websites using HTML, CSS, and other web technologies. This course focuses on building core User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design skills for websites. Additionally, youth will work with a mock-client and build real-world skills such as communication and user-centered design.

Independent Study is an opportunity for Members who wish to work on a project that furthers their knowledge in a particular skill area or helps them develop skills outside of those offered in current DHF courses. This is also a great way for Members who have a schedule that doesn’t easily fit with the schedule of courses we typically offer to still be involved at DHF. It is not paid work. 

Register for Programs!