As a part of the Maker Promise, signers commit to designate and support champions for making.

What does this mean?

Schools should designate at least one individual who will lead the development of the school’s approach to maker education. These champions take charge of developing their school or organization’s approach to fulfilling the Maker Promise. By signing in the Maker Promise, Champions join the Maker Promise network and receive resources, event invitations, and other supports through the Maker Promise website and newsletter. From time to time, we ask for feedback from the Champions to help guide the future of the Maker Promise, and to help us provide the most needed and relevant resources.  Maker Champions can be a teacher, librarian, instructional coach, school leader, or trained volunteer.

New Maker Champions should check out the following resources to help them get started bringing maker learning to the students they serve: