Experiential Opportunities and Funding

The IDEAWORKS Makerspace provides expertise and equipment that complements classroom learning, supporting students by allowing users to design and fabricate items using modern digital tools, as well as traditional fabrication methods. Embracing the power of the Maker Culture, the Makerspace provides access to training and tools such as 3D Printers, laser cutting and etching, electronics prototyping, sewing, traditional fabrication tools, and more.

The Warehime Fund for Student Excellence in Business supports student experiential opportunities through funding student-faculty research, senior capstone projects, internships, and microgrants. Students pursuing the Entrepreneurship Minor will be able to apply to the Warehime Fund for support of prototype development, skills building, and other co-curricular complements to the Entrepreneurship minor.