Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)
Fabville is a fabrication space within Somerville High School aiming to complement the collection of professional, semi-professional, and artist-focused spaces already available in and around Somerville. With a focus on education, design, and entrepreneurship, the Somerville Fab Lab is focused on engaging people in the creative process of design and prototyping, using its tools and resources to support, rather than drive, that creative process.
Somerville Community Access Television Channel offers a wide variety of classes and programming for all ages, including photography, audio production and teen-only documentary making.
SCATV Makerspace Mondays
Makerspace Mondays begins on October 17th and will be a YOUTH ONLY zone from 3-5pm on Mondays, where youth can work on personal projects with staff support and/or choose from a variety of hands-on activities, such as podcasting, meme creation, beatmaking, and more. We will offer all activities at a sliding scale for families.
SCATV Workshop Wednesdays
Workshop Wednesdays will run 3-4:30pm starting October 5th and our first workshop series will be photography, taught by our fabulous Northeastern Coop, Niko Friehs. Other Workshop Wednesday programs will be: Filmmaking, Improv/Sketch Comedy, Documentary Film, Stop Motion Animation & more, all dates TBA.
Science Club for Girls
Since its founding in 1994, Science Club for Girls (SCFG) has provided the very best in girls-specific programming by connecting girls in K-12 grades, especially those from underrepresented groups, with female mentor-scientists through free science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs in a fun, nurturing, interactive environment
The Flagship Clubhouse at the Museum of Science
We are a free program for Boston-area youth ages 10-18. Our drop-in format allows Members the flexibility to pursue their own work in a way that matches their schedules.