Bounty Hunter!

The sign says it all.


One of FLC’s math professors brought in a couple of broken toys, with the hope that someone in the makerspace would want to see if they could be fixed. We quickly cooked up a bounty program, with the reward being a custom Innovation Center t-shirt, to be designed by Rebekah (student and Innovation Center staff) and made using the vinyl cutter (one of the tools in the lab that gets the most use) and t-shirt press we have in the clean lab. Jordan (student) took up the challenge. Using a multimeter and soldering iron, he quickly diagnosed and solved the problem, bringing the car back to life.

Bounty Hunter

Stoked to find simple ways for students to get involved in the space, solving real-world problems.


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