We hold events and workshops across the country. See what we’ve been up to and join for upcoming events.
5.18.19 Demo Day
Join us at Stanford University this May to see our teams from across the country present their innovations for social good. From an adaptive mouse and keyboard for people with cerebral palsy to a hugging hoodie for people with autism, students are designing a better world and will be sharing their impact with the top VCs in the nation.
Check out our 2018 Demo Day (video).
7.14-7.19.19 Infosys Pathfinders
Join 600 other educators at Indiana University Bloomington this summer for a mega professional development opportunity to learn making and coding for social good. Tuition, airfare, and food are all covered by the generosity of Infosys and Donors Choose.
2.9.18 Patent Workshop @ USPTO
Project Invent high school students from across the Bay Area attended a workshop on the patent process hosted by the Silicon Valley US Patent & Trademark Office. They were inspired to apply for patents for their impactful inventions: two teams are now in the middle of the provisional patenting process!
10.20.18 Kickoff @ IDEO
We were so excited to host our Bay Area kickoff at IDEO in Palo Alto with founding partner, Dennis Boyle. Students got to see innovation in action in the home of design thinking.
8.10-8.13.18 Project Invent Summer Institute.
August 2018, we ran our first teacher training for educators excited about bringing impactful making and real-world problem solving into their classrooms (and museums!). Working on solving problems for real people can be a messy process, so we broke it down into tools and strategies to help students achieve incredible and impactful results.
5.20.18 Maker Faire.
On Sunday, May 20, we presented our work at one of the largest Maker Faires in the world. Our students shared about their social ventures and impactful inventions to the greater maker audience.
5.17.18 Demo Day.
On May 17, our students will be presenting their impactful inventions at the Stanford d.school to top tech investors and entrepreneurs for a chance at up to $2000 in funding. Students have tackled everything from blindness to homelessness with their human-centered approach to designing a better world. Come see what these high school students have invented and be inspired by how our young people are changing the world.