Special thanks to:
|Aleph Objects, for giving us one of their fantastic Lulzbot TAZ printers at a substantial discount.|
|JetBrains, for donating free educational copies of their IDEs and code editors.|
First and foremost, thank you to our amazing mentors. They spent hours working with teens, sharing their mind-blowing skills, and generally being awesome:
Dell for donating tablets.
And, last but not least, the fine folks at Codepen for donating pro accounts to our instructors to help with instruction and collaboration during the camp.
|The Lloyd David and Carlye Cannon Wattis Foundation, for donating the funds to purchase a 3D printer and supplies.|
|Our indiegogo funders who helped us raise over $2,500 to buy new equipment for the lab.|
|The Art Institute of Colorado has worked with the ideaLAB to place work study students as docents, sharing the skills they’re learning in class with our teens.|
|The Colorado Independent Game Developers Association were kind enough to help us organize a panel on working in the game development industry for teens.|
|Denver Film Society's Young Filmmakers Workshops program lent their expertise to present the Kung Fu Movie Workshop.|
|Mi Casa Resource Center’s Digital Connectors program has provided us with some fantastic teen volunteers!|
|SparkFun Electronics has provided training, supplies, and all-around geeky inspiration for ideaLAB staff and participants.|
The Central Library will close early at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 10 to prepare for the Booklovers Ball. More...