KCI Underground

Thank you for attending our Grand Opening!

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Our Makerspace, the KCI Underground, had a successful grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, December 2, 2017. We had over 100 people visit the KCI Underground. Visitors created LED flashlights, paper circuit holiday cards, and gift boxes using materials cut with our Cricut Maker. Additionally, we had three Dremel 3D printers running, along with the new laser cutter, which created acrylic cut and etched keychains commemorating the event. We thank you for sharing this incredible day with us at the Krause Center for Innovation, and we look forward to seeing you again!

Pictured above, from left to right: Keith Blackey (KCI Maker), Martha Rubin (KCI Administrative Assistant), Kyle Brumbaugh (KCI Director of Professional Learning Network), Lisa DeLapo (KCI Innovator in Residence), Clelia Villalta (Student Assistant), Elisabeth Sylvan (KCI Maker in Residence), Joe Simitian (Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors), Thuy Nguyen (Foothill College President), and Gay Krause (KCI Executive Director).

Get Involved - Help Our Makerspace

Help us grow the Makerspace, fund field trips, and keep a high quality of supplies and tools. Your donation matters and will help students and community members that use the Makerspace to be creative, collaborative critical thinkers.

Donate online: http://krauseinnovationcenter.org/get-involved/

Mail donations: Krause Center for Innovation - ATTN: Gay Krause, 12345 El Monte Rd., Los Altos Hills, California 94022