National Park College celebrated the reopening of its Makerspace on Wednesday, after it was relocated to the college campus from its former location on Albert Pike Road.
“I’m very grateful to the college community, the Makerspace team and our business community for the conceptual support, and working hard to make this a reality,” NPC President John Hogan said.
Hogan said that, five years ago, the college had the vision to create a space that would enable students, employers, community leaders and faculty to work together in hands-on projects.
Hogan said Makerspace is a place for students to learn through free access to emerging technologies, software and other tools.
“Our goal is to enhance learning by providing open-source opportunities to explore through…