Educational Programming

Blue Stamp Engineering

BlueStamp Engineering is a six-week summer program for high school students to build projects they’re truly passionate about. This program runs four hours a day, five days a week starting in mid June and ends in early August (dates vary by location). BlueStamp also invites guest speakers from various engineering fields and start-up entrepreneurs to provide inspiration for a career in technology. Click here to learn more.


Tech Inclusion at iHangar

 At Tech Inclusion,  you’ll experience inclusive and accessible design, find diverse talent, learn new solutions to diversity and inclusion, meet underrepresented entrepreneurs and investors, speak with policy makers and educators, and network with other people who care about creating change in the tech ecosystem.  Click here to learn more.


First Lego League 

Playing At Learning promotes and supports FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) to open doors to the worlds of science and technology for Northern California youth with a strong focus on reaching those traditionally under-represented in STEM careers. We provide operational oversight and coordination of our region’s league, tournaments, and championships for the nearly 600 robotics teams competing in the 2016 season, serving nearly 6000 middle school youth. During the August-March challenge season, we introduce 4th-8th grade youth (ages 9-14) to real-world engineering team-based challenges through an annual robot game and project. There are 3 components to the overall challenge –  Robot Game, Project and Core Values.   Click here to learn more.