In today's world, understanding how to effectively use a computer and the Internet is critical for people of every age.
It is the key to a better job, a richer life, a stronger community. Yet too often, those who have not been exposed to the benefits of technology are afraid of it or don't see the role it can play in their lives. At the Timothy Smith Network, we see technology as a tool that creates possibilities, inspires action, and changes lives.
Below is a photo slideshow which shows the support & experiences of our centers, partners, supporters and the people of Roxbury.
First, everything was awesome...now, everything is sweet mayhem!
LEGO fans of all ages have been waiting in sweet anticipation for the latest LEGO Movie, ‘LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part’, featuring a whole cast of new villains including Queen Watevra Wa’Nabi (Tiffany Haddish) and General Sweet Mayhem (Stephanie Beatriz).
In this mLab Episode, we design a Cookie Cutter inspired by the villain, General Mayhem, from the LEGO Movie 2 using a 3D Printer in order to create General Mayhem Shortbread Cookies using Autodesk Sketchbook and Fusion 360. In addition, mLab takes a Field Trip to the Hawthorne Youth and Community Center (HYCC) in Boston, MA in order to explore a mLab Workshop in which participants create an Aquaman Trident that glows in the dark. [READ MORE..]
"The Boston Design Academy is offering education and training in the design field that is not readily available or accessible to youth," said Milton Irving, Executive Director of Timothy Smith Network. "By working with experienced professionals and tools of the trade, we are preparing them to enter the future of work."
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