See how the United Methodist Church has been commited to education throughout history.
Across the country, there is a growing number of Makerspaces—local spots in communities (often found inside of libraries or schools) that encourage learning, design, and general education about technology. What can you find in a Makerspace? Typically you’ll find both children and adults building robots, learning to code, fabricating tools, constructing small drones and other tech projects.
High school students in a small, rural community in the Pacific Northwest have secured their first jobs, graduated from high school and are heading to college with support from a community program called YouthFirst led by Winlock (Washington) United Methodist Church.