Einstein's Workshop and BlocksCAD were featured in Slate through the Hechinger Report-- an online magazine covering inequality and innovation in education.

We're thrilled that our very own 3D CAD program, BlocksCAD, is getting some national attention! With trips to SXSWEdu and great articles like this, we're hoping more and more schools start using it to teach math, programming and making! 


Einstein's Workshop was featured in the November issue of the AAA Horizons newsletter. 


Thanks Gilda Aliberti for the great blog post about our summer camps.  From the post, "When I found out that Einstein's Workshop in Burlington, MA had Minecraft, Electronics, Computer Programming, Robotics and fun Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) I knew Evan would love it!"


From IEEE Xplore: June 2015

A Smarter Way to Play: Einstein's Workshop is a techie community center

In a small office park in the Boston suburbs sits Einstein's Workshop, a bustling play space where kids of all ages can get their hands on all things science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In the large dropoff space that anchors the workshop, there are buckets of LEGOs, K'Nex, Zome, Snap Circuits, Kapla Blocks, and Magna Tiles. In the classrooms and computer labs off of the main room, the center holds courses for all skill levels in laser cutting, Minecraft, Scratch programming, LEGO Mindstorms, and three-dimensional (3-D) computer-aided design (CAD) printing.