Please note that registration is limited to students/members of our partner organizations:
- Mathews Dickey Boys’ and Girls’ Club
- New City School
- Herbert Hoover (BGSTL)
- Ferguson Teen Center For Excellence (BGSTL)
Registration information will be forwarded to your organization.
Project Make It is looking for mentors to help teach STEM.
Project Make It is a STEAM afterschool program designed to teach kids coding, engineering, art, and teamwork.
- Part-Time – $15/hr college students, $25/hr professionals
- Positions for 3 Locations and Virtual needed
- Mathew-Dickey Boys & Girls Club
- Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls Club
- Ferguson Teen Center for Excellence
- Beginning 10/14
- Up to 9 hours per week ~Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday 3:30pm – 6:00pm.
MiniGolf Challenge 2022-23
Starting in Fall 2022, Project Make It has challenged St. Louis students 5-12th grade to design and construct a playable miniature golf courses. The mini golf challenge is a 16 class robotics style build where students work in small teams to design and construct mini-golf holes out of cardboard. Each hole will feature motors and lights that will be programmed by the students. At the end of the challenge, we will put all the holes together to create a playable course and have a celebration with a judged competition.
Project Make It is looking for motivated individuals to serve as mentors for the Mini-Golf Challenge.. Mentors assist with instruction, lead a group or teams of 3 kids and generally assist the kids through the coursework. Training is provided. Mentors are required to become familiar with the class material before the class begins. This role reports directly to the course instructor. This is a great opportunity to give to our community.
- Good communication skills
- Passion for building
- Problem solving
- Proactive problem solver
- Experience in teaching or mentoring
- Understanding of coding, construction, or project management