InfyMakers Awards

2020 Winners

  • Academy of Math and Science Desert Sky

    Phoenix, AZ

    Students at Academy of Math and Science Desert Sky will conduct a sustainability audit and will digitally design and physically build solutions to help create a more eco friendly school campus, such as composting bins.


    Austin, TX

    CO.LAB COMMUNITY MAKERS' Inclusive by Design workshop series will empower students of color, girls, the queer community and other underrepresented groups in underserved communities through collaborative design and making.

  • Elementary Institute of Science

    San Diego, CA

    Elementary Institute of Science will support intensive robotics and STEM career exploration programs for female and low-income middle and high school students.

  • Explora

    Albuquerque, NM

    Explora’s Maker-in-Residence program will provide Maker-led activities and programs in the Studio Inventivo Maker Space and in the classrooms of the 100+ local elementary school teachers involved in Explora’s Maker Educator Community of Practice.

  • Heart of Los Angeles

    Los Angeles, CA

    Heart of Los Angeles' Scientific Arts Department will outfit a new makerspace with tools and equipment more in line with its vigorous maker-based curriculum for elementary through high school students.

  • Hopewell City Public Schools

    Hopewell, VA

    Hopewell City Public Schools will purchase additional equipment for the growing interdisciplinary makerspace at Hopewell High School. The makerspace is being used by students for a wide variety of projects ranging from Little Free Libraries and bat houses to school furniture and other structures.

  • Pace School

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Pace School, which serves students with special needs, will build a makerspace to help them learn essential 21st century and social-emotional skills.

  • Solar Energy International

    Paonia, CO

    Solar Energy International will expand its Solar in the Schools program across three counties in Western Colorado, working with 10 more schools that are interested in integrating solar energy technology into their classroom's STEM curriculum in a maker-centric way.

  • Treobytes

    San Diego, CA

    Treobytes will provide hands-on STEM kits for all students during its summer camp and ongoing workshops to support further learning throughout the school year.

  • Women’s Audio Mission

    San Francisco, CA

    Women's Audio Mission will continue to grow its Girls on the Mic program with electronics kits and instruction, providing hands-on maker activities to at-risk girls in a studio built and run by women.