What Is New

Open Lab Idaho is working on our 2015 Fall Class Schedule right now!  We will be publishing a list of classes as we finalize details through August.  We will have topics in several areas of making that many folks should find interesting.  There are a lot of exciting ones in the works!

We will be publishing a teachers guide too.  There are great benefits in the works for teaching with us.  So if you have a topic you think would make a great class, please contact us and let's talk about it.

 

 

How Can You Help

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a key focus on educating adults and youth ages 12 - 18 in how to make things of all sorts. 

Donations are always welcome!  We also are looking to expand a volunteer  pool for events and classes.  We will be putting out requests in the near future.  But if you can do so, hit the link below to donate.  Donations are tax deductible!  Volunteers will be eligible for some great beneftis in the worksl!

Please Donate

We are looking for instructors as well.  Contact us if you are interested in covering a topic you love, there are some great benefits we are working on.
 

About Open Lab Idaho

Open Lab Idaho is a community makerspace which promotes creative, technological, and educational collaboration by hackers, computer geeks, engineers, circuit benders, crafters, tinkers, programmers, and artists.

Please note that when we say "hacker," we mean someone that hacks electronics and machines to expand or change their original functionality (not someone who illegally and unethically hacks computer systems).

The purpose of Open Lab Idaho is to:

  • Grow into a dedicated physical space to facilitate and promote creative, technological, and educational collaboration by all types of computer enthusiasts so that they can gather and share ideas, knowledge, equipment, and opinions in a friendly atmosphere.
  • Provide a community where members and community supporters can collaborate on projects, discuss and share ideas, and share resources.
  • Provide education to the community through classes and outreach events.