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HacKIDemia is looking for local mentors to be trained to work with kids and create anything from a banana piano to a microscope from an old webcam. Sign-up here if they are interested to join our workshops as a mentor and be trained and please share also with your friends.

At the Singularity University Summit Europe, the City X Project will be facilitating two workshops with kids, as well as a training session for educators to interested in running the workshop themselves.

Design Terminal is a Hungarian state institution responsible for developing the creative industries. Its mission is to encourage young people engaged in creative industries to flourish in Hungary, and focuses the attention of Hungarian and international investors on the business opportunities offered by our talented professionals. Within our programmes we launch initiatives as an independent, professional partner to support the implementation of high-quality events, and we offer a location for a variety of creative industry events.

The City X Project is an international education workshop for 8–10 year-old students that teaches creative problem solving using 3D technologies and the design process. Framed in a story about humans settling a new planet, the workshop uses Stanford’s d.school Design Process along with 3D modeling and printing technologies to empower kids to create inventions that solve major social issues. We aspire to inspire the next generation of changemakers with hands-on education technologies. The City X Project workshops are part of the development of an academic curriculum and toolkit to be released in 2014.

HacKIDemia is a global organisation that wants to empower children to become creators of technology and science through hands-on workshops. So far we have organized more than 400 workshops in 25 cities, in 15 countries 
with more than 8,000 children and 300 local mentors.

Workshops include:
  • Air quality monitoring activities
  • Upcycle of old webcams into microscopes
  • Extraction of DNA from fruits
  • Solar panel assembly, etc.
See for full schedule of activities