The Maker Club Zimbabwe is a registered Social Enterprise that provides a hands-on approach to digital skills and soft skills development for young people aged from 5 years old to 17 years plus. Students get to learn Coding, Robotics, Engineering through hands on projects they make. We use project based learning instructional methods to deliver learning. What makes our programs stand out is that the students get to use materials and tools that are in their communities. This helps to foster local innovation. Our goal is to deliver affordable sustainable, inclusive learning that is relevant to our context but also delivers learning that is world class. World class meaning that students keep abreast with developments taking place in the world.
We offer a variety of programs, including after-school and weekend extra-curricular activities, holiday camps, and the Maker Club in Schools program. We also have a program called The Maker Club In The Community, which provides students with the opportunity to experience service learning.
Why Choose The Maker Club ?
Hands-on approach: Our programs focus on providing a hands-on approach to learning, which is essential for developing skills in coding, robotics, and engineering.
Age-appropriate: Our programs are designed for young people aged 5-17 years plus, which allows us to meet the needs of a wide range of learners.
Affordable and sustainable: Our goal is to deliver affordable and sustainable learning, which is essential for making our program accessible to all.
Inclusive: We are committed to creating an inclusive learning environment for all students.
Relevant and world-class: Our curriculum is relevant to the Zimbabwean context, but also delivers learning that is world-class.
State-of-the-art innovation lab: Our students have access to the latest tools and technologies, including 3D printers, laser cutting machines, and CNC routers.