FARMINGTON – The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies has recently been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Maine Community Foundation’s Start Up/Scale Up grant program to begin work on a new makerspace- a room containing tools, equipment and work space, which will include computers, a printer and a 3D laser printer. The makerspace, in addition to the new resources that will be available, is another step toward the Center’s vision of “promoting an engaging and rigorous entrepreneurial opportunity within Franklin County.”
Founder of the nonprofit, Bonita Lehigh, expressed her sincere enthusiasm for the benefits of the expansion, and described it as “empowering.”
“It’s my passion to see other people thrive,” Lehigh said.
The makerspace will allow more young entrepreneurs the space and tools they can…