Makerspace

In late 2014, through a partnership with the Cambridge Housing Authority and the Biogen Idec Foundation, TPP launched a new Makerspace in Cambridge’s Kendall Square. This hands-on learning environment allows students to create with exciting new technologies and equipment, including 3D printers, laser cutters, computerized textile manipulators, CNC routers, and more.

The Possible Project incorporates the Makerspace into its programming by utilizing the facility for:

Real-world application of TPP’s entrepreneurship curriculum;
Development of STEAM concepts
Acquisition of technological skills needed for a career “tool box”
Production and operation of student ventures and headquarters for TPP’s in-house, Made Possible.