MakerGirl 2021: Passion for Fashion

Presented by Kent State University’s Research Center for Educational Technology, Kent State Design Innovation & Kent State University Libraries


Today’s Makers, Tomorrow’s Life Changers

Kent State University Design Innovation MakerGirl 2021

Kent State University is offering this event in partnership with MakerGirl, a nonprofit working to bridge the gender gap in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math by educating girls ages 7-14 through STEM workshops. While MakerGirls target audience is girls ages 7-14, we are not gendered exclusive and welcome boys and nonbinary students to register. Learn more at https://makergirl.us/.

Join us at the new Kent State Design Innovation Hub for MakerGirl Summer 2021!
Participants will:

  • Learn about 3D printing and real-world applications in the fashion industry
  • Have hands-on training with Tinkercad for CAD design
  • Be introduced to famous women in STEM
  • Create a unique 3D printed design and receive it in the mail

Dates: August 4, 2021 
Time: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. 
Cost: $10 registration fee
Registration: Slots are limited!
Register Online Today!
Location: DI REACTOR, located on the ground floor of the Kent State Design Innovation Hub, 400 Janik Drive, Kent, OH (directions)

Cancellations must be made by July 30 to receive a refund.

Questions? 

For program questions, please contact Annette Kratcoski, Director, Research Center for Educational Technology at akratcos@kent.edu or the Office of Continuing and Distance Education at 330-672-3100.

For payment questions, please contact Judi Cash at 330-672-8670 or jcash11@kent.edu. Payment may be made via credit card or check. Checks should be made payable to Kent State University and mailed to Kent State University, Office of Continuing and Distance Education, Lincoln Building, 120 N Lincoln St, Kent OH  44242.