We aim to create a community of students educated with skills that benefit themselves, others, and their community.
Our ongoing effort to teach students to make 3D parts and assemble prosthetic hands, under the certification of the engineering charity e-NABLE. We arrange for them to be distributed free to those in need anywhere in the world.
A continuation of our STEAM+ 2019 project, STEAM+ 2020 was redesigned in order to be Covid-19 friendly, which meant virtual classes. The project was to mentor 6th graders at Nautilus Middle school about science, electronics, and 3D design/printing.
In response to the Covid-19 Pandemic, Helping Hands decided to do something and help. Members of Helping Hands volunteered to produce plastic face shields for first responders, food distribution volunteers, and teachers.