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Through Maydm, students are learning computer science. They receive mentorships, and internships through programs that prepare students for a future in STEM with the goal of empowering young people to become makers of technology.
Earlier this year, Maydm received two grants totaling nearly $100,000 which is aiding the increase of its programming as well as staff. With the recent investment, operations leader Calley Mannion says Maydm will shift from after-school classes to single-day workshops and will expand its summer programs to accommodate more students.