Calling All Makers!

This summer experience, geared towards youth, gives aspiring makers an opportunity to design prototypes in our  Engineering Innovation LabFor Summer 2020, we will be performing an 'at home' edition of this courseso we will be distributing some lab kits which will allow you to work on some cool prototypes and projects at home 

We will be exploring different projects for engineering and prototyping while opening up an entrepreneurial mindset. Please note that this is a beginner’s level course!    

We will also get a sneak peak into Skyline College and hear about various resources on campus to help you whether you choose to explore Engineering, and/or Business and become a STEM Entrepreneur.  

Dates: June 22-July 2, M-F, 9 am-3 pm

CRN: 55729

Units: 2.0

Who Can Apply?

Anyone with a student ID!(If you have not obtained a student ID apply here!)

  1. Students currently in high school qualify for concurrent enrollment. Please see the link for concurrent enrollment to learn more about eligibility to enroll this way.
  2. Students who have completed high school/GED must enroll through regular means. After receiving your Student ID (G#), students can sign up for the course through their WebSmart account, using CRN 55729.

FAQ

Enrollment Costs:

  • Concurrent Enrollment students: tuition is waived
  • Regular participating students: $46 per unit for California residents

Lab kit costs: $75 deposit

We will be performing several activities involving manufacturing, circuitry as well as fabric and leather crafting! Included in the kit are various components for you to use and there are some components for you to keep. Each item in the kit will be labeled accordingly.

Local residents: we will send all registered students a schedule of when to pick up the kit from us. To pick up your kit, review and sign our lab kit waiver and pay the deposit fee and you’re good to go! You will have to return the kits – return the kits and also pick up any laser cut designs that you may have worked on over the course of the program!

You will need to download the Arduino software (free)

  • please make sure that your computer is compatible with the software and for plugging in USB-A devices.

Contact Us!

I can help you with:

  • Questions you have about the course in general
  • Questions about the Laboratory Kits + kit safety
  • Checking out and Returning Laboratory Kits
  • Questions you have about Engineering
  • Questions you may have about future college, and career aspirations pertaining to Engineering + STEM
  • Contact Maryam at khanm@smccd.edu

I can help you with:

  • Questions you have about Entrepreneurship
  • Questions you have about future college, and career aspirations pertaining to Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • Contact Soledad at mccarthym@smccd.edu

I can help you with:

  • Registration!
  • Questions you have about the application process
  • Questions you may have about future college, and career aspirations pertaining to STEM
  • Contact Amber at gougisa@smccd.edu

I can help you with:

  • Checking out and returning the Lab Kits
  • Kit safety forms
  • Contact Marco at wehfritzm@smccd.edu