Program Registration


We hope you will join us for our Spring 2019 Programs!

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

GENERAL PROGRAM INFORMATION

  • PROGRAM DATES: Monday February 11, 2019 – Thursday May 23, 2019
  • PROGRAM SCHEDULE: 2 sessions per week — Monday/Wednesday -OR- Tuesday/Thursday
  • REGISTER BY: Friday February 1, 2019

PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN
At Digital Harbor Foundation 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.
Learn more here about our Pay-What-You-Can model


Mini Makers

These courses are open to youth in grades 3-5. To learn more about this program generally, please visit our Mini Makers main page.

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Maker Foundations

These courses are open to youth in grades 6-10. To learn more about this program generally, please visit our Maker Foundations main page.

All-Girls Cohort
During this cycle of Maker Foundations, we will be running one All-Girls cohort of Maker Foundations on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Any female-identifying youth interested in joining the program may join this cohort or the Co-Ed Cohort on Mondays & Wednesdays.

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Members

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

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CS CORE
CS Core is an introduction to the fundamentals of programming. This course is focused on building a solid foundation through projects and examples of best practices. Youth will learn programming skills through modern JavaScript and the p5.js library. There is a focus on creating interactive web experiences and core skills that will lead into future computer science courses. This course is the first in our Computer Science Pathway and is a prerequisite to following courses.

 

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FAB CORE
Fab Core is an introduction to digital fabrication methods and design for fabrication. This course is focused on precision 3D design and printing including hands-on experience with 3D printers. In addition, there will be a focus on 2D design for fabrication using Inkscape and hands-on experience with vinyl cutters for paper and decal design. This course is the first in our Fabrication Pathway and is a prerequisite to following courses.

 

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INDEPENDENT STUDY
Independent Study is an opportunity for High School 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. This course is ONLY open to High School aged Members.