At Makers Empire we think that 3D printing will fundamentally change the way people create, design, build and supply products. Moreover, we believe that our 3D design and printing Learning Program will help create a generation of makers and problem solvers. So we are keen to get as many students using Makers Empire as possible.
However, we understand that some schools and institutions have limited resources and may not have the funds to license our Learning Program. This is where the Makers Empire Corporate Social Responsibility program comes in. Each year we will gladly provide our 3D design and printing Learning Program to a select group of worthy schools or institutions free of charge.
The first institution to be sponsored by Makers Empire under our Corporate Social Responsibility program is the Hospital Education Services. It assists children and students admitted to the Women’s and Children Hospital in Adelaide, South Australia. Read about how we work with the Hospital Education Services.
Interested in being considered for our Corporate Social Responsibility program? Please email Anthony Chhoy at Makers Empire on firstname.lastname@example.org