In the final maker meeting of the Fall 22 semester, we set up a maker playground to show off the amazing coat of arms projects that our makers created. This was a wonderful way to end the semester and displayed our makers' connection with each other.
The third cohort meeting happened on Tuesday, November 8th. With our coat of arms project coming to an end, we showcased a wonderful space for the makers to use. This project has provided great opportunities for folks to learn more about each other and we are looking forwards to the stories people will share.
Our second cohort meeting happened on Tuesday, October 18th. Everyone was excited to continue their work on the Coat of Arms project and to figure out what they will make it out of. The meeting was a nice break from the busy classwork all the students had.
Tuesday, September 13th was our first maker meeting for Fall 2022. We were all happy seeing each other again and to gain some new members. Some popular TV shows heavily inspire this semester's theme and we look forward to what our teams create.
Tuesday, May 10th was the date of our last Spring 2022 Maker Meeting. Everybody presented their semester-long project geared towards assisting Austin Pets Alive. We also had our first maker showcase presentation since the pandemic happened.
Tuesday, April 12th was our third Spring 2022 Maker Meeting. The semester is starting to wrap up, but everyone was more than happy to be at the meeting and take a break from their studies to work on some maker projects.
Tuesday, March 8th was the date of our second Spring 2022 Maker Meeting. We held our entire meeting over Zoom to ensure that all of our makers could attend. We spent most of the meeting letting the groups talk and discuss what their semester project could be.
Tuesday, September 7th, marked our first fall cohort meeting of 2021. It was the first time we have seen each other in person since the pandemic so what better way to start off than having a team challenge.
Tuesday, May 5th, marked our first-ever virtual Showcase presentation. We used Zoom to connect participants and stakeholders throughout the state. Though separated by the corona virus-pandemic, our virtual community remained strong.