Create Your Makerspace Community
California Community College makerspaces are creating and sharing a model to fuel job creation and strengthen regional economies.
CCC Maker Initiative
To prepare students for STEM/STEAM careers, California Community Colleges are building makerspaces, faculty are embedding making into curriculum and employers are providing internships.
Doing What MATTERS
The CCC Maker Initiative is funded by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office, Workforce and Economic Division under the Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy framework.
Explore College Makerspaces
The CCC Maker Initiative supports California Community Colleges in creating makerspaces, developing maker curriculum, encouraging hands-on student projects and offering internships that uniquely reflect their campuses and communities.
This webinar is a reprise of the 3/9/18 CCC Maker presentation at the Spring CCCAOE Convention. The webinar outlines the …
California Community Colleges Makerspaces Make Progress in First Six Months of Implementation in Preparing Students for Careers CCCCO – March 15, …
Charlotte Semmes, Faculty Maker, Sierra College Tahoe-Truckee campus, is developing curriculum that enables art students to utilize the campus computer …