Project H uses the power of creativity, design, and hands-on building to amplify the raw brilliance of youth, transform communities, and improve K-12 public education from within. Their programs teach rigorous design iteration, tinkering, applied arts and sciences, and vocational building skills to give young people the creative, technical, and leadership tools necessary to make positive, long-lasting change in their lives and their communities. Project H leads three programs: Studio H, a high school design-build class based at REALM Charter School in Berkeley; Girls Garage, a physical space where young women are taught how to build, weld, print and more; and Unprofessional Development, a creativity project for educators.