NEENAH, Wis. (WBAY) – A nonprofit in Neenah strives to be a place where people can collaborate and learn about STEM: science, technology, engineering, and math.
People can often find a number of projects in production at Cre8lab in Neenah.
“Cre8lab is the Valley’s only nonprofit maker space,” said Executive Director Eric Brehm.
The member-based shop lets people access a variety of tools and equipment, providing training on how to use them in order to build whatever creation that comes to mind.
“We started quite a few years ago in STEM for kids,” said Brehm. “We worked with other nonprofits to get an Idea Lab together. We realized that the leaders had just as much of an interest in this as kids did.”
So, Brehm and his business partner Adam started up Cre8lab in December 2019, giving adults interested in STEM a place to learn and invent.
“We learned that there’s people that…