The AWA Museum is offering several types of educational classes including those focused on young people while others aimed at the adult audience. Below is a summary of the offerings. Specific items for each of these audiences can be found as sub-menu items of this page.
For the Student
As part of AWA’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) initiatives to introduce and engage students in the STEM related studies, AWA will offer a series of hands-on course sessions specifically tailored to that audience.
Weekday offerings occur for the home schooled student, while Saturday morning offerings are for those attending a regular school experience.
AWA intends to continue its STEM related outreach initiatives through hosting school class visitations at the Museum, STEM related presentations in the community, and continuing Radio Fab Lab courses. If you are interested in scheduling STEM related activities with AWA, please contact Robert Hobday, AWA Director, at Education.AWAM [at] gmail.com.
For the Adult
Classes for adults include hands-on Learn It, Built It, Fix It sessions where theory is combined with creating practical, working devices.
Courses are scheduled in advance. Current and prior offerings are shown in the Topic Index of this page on the right so that you may study the curriculum for each class.