KID Museum

KID Museum KID Museum is a creative makerspace where kids build skills to invent the future.
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KID Museum in a new kind of museum serving children and families in the Washington, DC area. Explore our digital media lab, creative coding station, electronic music-making, 3D printers, and studios that integrate electronics, textiles and circuits. Featured workshops, facilitated by resident artists, scientists and inventors, vary weekly and include activities like robotics, soldering and toy making.

10/07/2023

Our Hispanic Heritage Month community celebration is TOMORROW! Join us to honor and celebrate the impact of Hispanic and Latinx and communities on STEM, arts, innovation, and creativity. We’re coming together for an engaging celebration featuring local makers, special hands-on activities, music, and more.

Be amazed by the wonders of space with Dr. Margaret Dominguez, weather a storm of fun with NOAA meteorologist and Bomba instructor Isha Renta, and take pride in the rich tapestry of cultures that makes up the Hispanic and Latinx communities with Piñatas by Susi and Dutidu.

¡Nuestra celebración comunitaria del Mes de la Herencia Hispana es MAÑANA! Únase a nosotros para honrar y celebrar el impacto de las comunidades y los hispanos y latinos en STEM, las artes, la innovación y la creatividad. Nos reuniremos para una celebración interesante con creadores locales, actividades prácticas especiales, música y más.

Sorpréndete con las maravillas del espacio con la Dra. Margaret Domínguez, capea una tormenta de diversión con la meteoróloga de la NOAA e instructora de bombas Isha Renta y enorgullécete del rico tapiz de culturas que conforma las comunidades hispana y latina con Piñatas de Susi y Dutidú.

Register now / Regístrate ahora: kid-museum.org/celebrations.

We’re only three weeks away from our annual fundraiser – Fête for the Future!Join us on Thursday, October 26 for an imme...
10/04/2023

We’re only three weeks away from our annual fundraiser – Fête for the Future!

Join us on Thursday, October 26 for an immersive maker experience and celebration of changemakers – and contribute to our efforts to ensure underserved kids have access to KID Museum’s life-changing maker education.

Be a part of an evening of celebration and wonder. Help us build a better future.

Get your tickets now at kid-museum.org/fete.

We’re celebrating   in a variety of ways at KID – including highlighting a few Hispanic and Latinx  . Today, we’re featu...
10/02/2023

We’re celebrating in a variety of ways at KID – including highlighting a few Hispanic and Latinx . Today, we’re featuring Vic Barrett.

What will you do to fight climate change? Youth activist Vic Barrett first asked himself this after witnessing the effects of Hurricane Sandy on his hometown of White Plains, New York, where power and road outages caused by the weather led to massive changes on local infrastructure. Vic eventually teamed up with Our Children's Trust, a nonprofit organization that helped him sue the U.S. government for better policies on climate change and weather emergencies. Vic has spoken to national and international audiences about the importance of youth advocacy in the face of climate change, and he continues to fight not just for the sake of the planet, but for all of the young people living here.

The countdown is on… We’re just four weeks away from our annual fundraiser – Fête for the Future!Join us on Thursday, Oc...
09/28/2023

The countdown is on… We’re just four weeks away from our annual fundraiser – Fête for the Future!

Join us on Thursday, October 26 for an immersive maker experience and celebration of changemakers – and contribute to our efforts to ensure underserved kids have access to life changing maker education.

Be a part of an evening of celebration and wonder. Help us build a better future.

Get your tickets now at kid-museum.org/fete.

We’re celebrating   in a variety of ways at KID – including highlighting a few Hispanic and Latinx  . Today, we’re celeb...
09/25/2023

We’re celebrating in a variety of ways at KID – including highlighting a few Hispanic and Latinx . Today, we’re celebrating Guillermo González Camarena, the inventor of color television.

In 1940, Guillermo González Camarena filed the world's first patent for color television in Mexico. His invention, called a chromoscopic adapter, allowed the black-and-white cameras of the day to capture color, and it was quickly declared the best system in the world for color TV.

Guillermo built the device by hand for Latin America's first television station, XE1-GC. In 1963, he was able to introduce the Mexican public to an all-color broadcast.

We can also thank Guillermo for . As a champion of tele-education, he invented a simpler and more affordable color broadcasting system with educational programming for all Mexicans. As recently as 2020, students in Mexico have used a modern version of Guillermo's system to take virtual classes.

What will your family discover at Open Explore tomorrow?KID Museum is open from 10 AM - 4 PM on Sundays. For more inform...
09/23/2023

What will your family discover at Open Explore tomorrow?

KID Museum is open from 10 AM - 4 PM on Sundays. For more information and to buy tickets go to kid-museum.org/visit.

On Sunday, we were thrilled to welcome new partners Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc. to our Open Explore. W...
09/21/2023

On Sunday, we were thrilled to welcome new partners Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc. to our Open Explore. We also would like to extend a special thanks to Manna Food Center for organizing a food drive for our new families. ❤️

For more information on how you can partner with KID Museum, visit kid-museum.org/partnerships

Don’t miss out and join us on Thursday, Oct 26 for our annual fundraiser! BIG NEWS: Google is now the Champion Maker pre...
09/20/2023

Don’t miss out and join us on Thursday, Oct 26 for our annual fundraiser!

BIG NEWS: Google is now the Champion Maker presenting sponsor for KID Museum’s Fête for the Future, an immersive maker experience and celebration of changemakers.

We are thankful to Google for their commitment to ensuring underserved kids have access to KID Museum’s revolutionary maker-based education.

Your ticket purchase supports our efforts to ensure underserved kids have access to hands-on maker-based education.

Reserve your family’s tickets today at kid-museum.org/fete.

We’re celebrating   in a variety of ways at KID – including highlighting a few Hispanic and Latinx  . Today, we’re featu...
09/18/2023

We’re celebrating in a variety of ways at KID – including highlighting a few Hispanic and Latinx . Today, we’re featuring Jennifer White-Johnson and her son Knox.

When local artist, designer, and activist Jen White-Johnson went looking for resources that would represent her black Autistic son Knox and his experiences, she didn't find anything. But that didn't stop her. Jen worked with her son to make their own book "KnoxRoxs," an advocacy photo zine centered around their story and autism acceptance in families of color.

The award-winning zine has allowed Jen and Knox to lead and encourage conversations about accepting Disabled and Neurodivergent children. Today, Jen lives in Baltimore, where her art practice centers on Black disabled joy and futures, while Knox continues collaborating with his mom to produce more zines.

For more information on this and upcoming community celebrations, visit kid-museum.org/celebrations.

We’ve got two exciting new activities opening to visitors tomorrow: get into the rhythm by making musical instruments in...
09/16/2023

We’ve got two exciting new activities opening to visitors tomorrow: get into the rhythm by making musical instruments in Cardboard Studio or go to the Textile Studio and contribute to a button collage highlighting Latinx cultures.

KID Museum is open from 10 AM - 4 PM on Sundays. For more information and to buy tickets, head to kid-museum.org/visit.

Welcome to Hispanic Heritage Month! / ¡Bienvenidos al Mes de la Herencia Hispana! KID Museum is celebrating   with a com...
09/15/2023

Welcome to Hispanic Heritage Month! / ¡Bienvenidos al Mes de la Herencia Hispana!

KID Museum is celebrating with a community celebration on October 8 – join us for Bomba, piñatas, puzzles with Dutidu and much more.

For more information on this and other upcoming community celebrations at KID Museum, visit kid-museum.org/celebrations.

We'll also be sharing Hispanic whose innovations and activism inspire us in our space and across our social channels throughout the month – stop by and check them out in the coming weeks!

KID Museum is seeking adult volunteers!Do you share our passion to empower the next generation with the skills to invent...
09/14/2023

KID Museum is seeking adult volunteers!

Do you share our passion to empower the next generation with the skills to invent the future? Become a KID Volunteer and support our programs, operations, and experiences on- and off-site. You’ll be part of a team committed to inspiring creativity, curiosity, and collaboration through hands-on learning.

For more information about different volunteer opportunities, and to submit an application, visit kid-museum.org/volunteer.

Do you love KID Museum? Help us spread the word: The most exciting maker event of the year is back!Join us Thursday, Oct...
09/12/2023

Do you love KID Museum? Help us spread the word: The most exciting maker event of the year is back!

Join us Thursday, Oct 26 at KID Museum’s Fête for the Future, and immerse yourself in a night of maker fun as we celebrate extraordinary changemakers.

Fête is KID Museum’s annual fundraiser – your ticket purchase supports our efforts to ensure kids have access to hands-on STEM education and our teachers have the training they need to lead our future makers.

Tickets are now on sale at kid-museum.org/fete.

NEW this Sunday: Visiting Artist Yehimi Cambrón will unveil “Entre Nuestras Alas / Among Our Wings,” created in collabor...
09/09/2023

NEW this Sunday: Visiting Artist Yehimi Cambrón will unveil “Entre Nuestras Alas / Among Our Wings,” created in collaboration with youth from KID Museum’s Makers for Social Change summer camp.

This piece uses monarch butterflies to symbolize joy, resilience, liberty of movement, and the power of community.

Visitors to KID will be able to make their own butterflies directly beneath the exhibit in Maker Playground, and even add them to the kaleidoscope – a group of butterflies is called a kaleidoscope, so cool!

Get tickets for this Sunday and join us for the unveiling at kid-museum.org/visit.

“The combination of our curriculum and education expertise together with the health sciences knowledge of Georgetown Lom...
09/07/2023

“The combination of our curriculum and education expertise together with the health sciences knowledge of Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center's team is the exact kind of partnership that makes our KID Museum programs meaningful for students and teachers." - Cara Lesser, Founder & CEO, KID Museum

A team of eager third and fourth graders from Van Ness Elementary in southeast Washington, D.C., recently joined KID Museum Maker Educators and volunteers from Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center for hands-on experiences with robotics, programming, biology, and engineering...

Has your student tried out the Robot Arena and wanted something more challenging? Or maybe they’ve added to a collaborat...
09/05/2023

Has your student tried out the Robot Arena and wanted something more challenging? Or maybe they’ve added to a collaborative project in the Textiles Studio but wanted to design something of their own?

Starting next month, we’ve got a suite of exciting new Deep Dive workshop series to scratch that maker-itch!

Learn more and register now at kid-museum.org/deep-dive.

KID Museum will be closed on Sunday, September 3 for Labor Day Weekend. Enjoy the holiday — we’ll see you next Sunday fo...
09/02/2023

KID Museum will be closed on Sunday, September 3 for Labor Day Weekend. Enjoy the holiday — we’ll see you next Sunday for our first fall Open Explore day!

It’s only been a week and we’re already missing our fantastic group of campers from the summer! Thank you to each and ev...
09/01/2023

It’s only been a week and we’re already missing our fantastic group of campers from the summer! Thank you to each and every one of you who joined us for the past few months. Our days were filled with creativity, invention, and most of all, fun.

Be sure to stop by throughout the school year to keep making (and say hello to our staff, they really do miss you).

In just ten days, Visiting Artist Yehimi Cambrón will unveil her artwork “Entre Nuetras Alas / Among Our Wings” in our M...
08/31/2023

In just ten days, Visiting Artist Yehimi Cambrón will unveil her artwork “Entre Nuetras Alas / Among Our Wings” in our Maker Playground. Yehimi’s work uses monarch butterflies to symbolize joy, resilience, liberty of movement, and the collective power of community — and, with the help of the KID Museum community, her artwork will continue to grow as visitors add their own unique butterflies to the installation.

Find out more about Yehimi and the Visiting Artist program at our website: kid-museum.org/visiting-artists.

Just one week until our Fall After-School sessions start 📝Students will learn new maker skills and ideas from our profes...
08/29/2023

Just one week until our Fall After-School sessions start 📝

Students will learn new maker skills and ideas from our professional maker educators, all while having fun as they get hands-on with unique tools and materials.

Learn more and sign up now at kid-museum.org/after-school

🍎Today’s the day! Best of luck to everyone heading   in DC Public Schools and Montgomery County Public Schools today. We...
08/28/2023

🍎Today’s the day! Best of luck to everyone heading in DC Public Schools and Montgomery County Public Schools today. We can’t wait to see what all of you make this year! ⚙️🚌

Tomorrow is the LAST day of MCPS free Summer Sundays at KID and there are still some walk-up tickets available! Come cel...
08/26/2023

Tomorrow is the LAST day of MCPS free Summer Sundays at KID and there are still some walk-up tickets available! Come celebrate the end of summer with some hands-on fun and creativity ☀️

Are you subscribed to the KID Museum newsletter? Stay up-to-date on our programs, events, activities, and more: kid-muse...
08/24/2023

Are you subscribed to the KID Museum newsletter? Stay up-to-date on our programs, events, activities, and more: kid-museum.org/email-signup/

How can KID Museum work for your students? Whether you’re a traditional classroom teacher, a homeschooling parent, or th...
08/23/2023

How can KID Museum work for your students? Whether you’re a traditional classroom teacher, a homeschooling parent, or the leader of a group, our field trips and group visits are full of hands-on programs designed to encourage creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration.

We are now accepting requests for field trips and group visits for the 2023-2024 school year. Visit kid-museum.org/field-trips for more information.

🚦Can you guide the   robot through the maze? Visit KID Museum tomorrow from 10 AM - 4 PM to find out if you’re up for th...
08/19/2023

🚦Can you guide the robot through the maze? Visit KID Museum tomorrow from 10 AM - 4 PM to find out if you’re up for the challenge.

Get tickets at kid-museum.org/visit – limited walkup tickets are available.

Fall After-School sessions are back!Our Fall After-School programs offer a variety of new opportunities for young makers...
08/18/2023

Fall After-School sessions are back!

Our Fall After-School programs offer a variety of new opportunities for young makers to get creative and inventive.

Students will learn new maker skills and ideas from our professional maker educators, all while having fun getting hands-on with unique tools and materials.

Sign up now at kid-museum.org/after-school

💡 Check out the latest from our Founder & Executive Director, Cara Lesser, in this month’s edition of Futurist: Catalyst...
08/16/2023

💡 Check out the latest from our Founder & Executive Director, Cara Lesser, in this month’s edition of Futurist: Catalysts in the Classroom.

“Collective impact has continued as a theme throughout the summer. Day campers have been applying maker learning to challenges in transportation, construction and engineering, and community farming. For adult learners, the break from daily teaching has let educators go deep and build their own making skills as they prepare for a school year that will again focus on pandemic recovery.”

A chain reaction set off a high-energy summer at KID Museum – for kids as well as teachers and our community partners. In June, as schools were letting out, we hosted representatives from 16 local nonprofits that receive funding from the Mead Family Foundation to support under-resourced communitie...

KID Museum is seeking adult volunteers!Share our passion to empower the next generation with the skills to invent the fu...
08/15/2023

KID Museum is seeking adult volunteers!

Share our passion to empower the next generation with the skills to invent the future? Become a KID Volunteer and support our programs, operations, and experiences on- and off-site. You’ll be part of a team committed to inspiring creativity, curiosity, and collaboration through hands-on learning.

For more information about different volunteer opportunities, and to submit an application, visit kid-museum.org/volunteer

Has your student visited the Electronics Studio and wanted to create even more advanced circuitry? Or maybe they’ve adde...
08/12/2023

Has your student visited the Electronics Studio and wanted to create even more advanced circuitry? Or maybe they’ve added to a collaborative project in the Textiles Studio but wanted to design something of their own?

We’ve got a suite of exciting new workshop series to scratch that maker-itch! Dig deeper into a variety of subjects with these three-session workshops and discover something new.

Learn more and register now at kid-museum.org/deep-dive.

Summer is all about making, making, and more making at KID Museum! Campers have been busy  hacking toys, building cities...
08/10/2023

Summer is all about making, making, and more making at KID Museum! Campers have been busy hacking toys, building cities, and racking up new skills (while having quite a bit of fun) all summer long with the help of our amazing educators.

Is your high schooler looking to earn SSL hours this fall? Do they enjoy working with kids? ⚒️ Apply to be a KID Museum ...
08/09/2023

Is your high schooler looking to earn SSL hours this fall? Do they enjoy working with kids? ⚒️ Apply to be a KID Museum Apprentice and get valuable work experience while helping facilitate STEM programs for students of all ages.

Learn more and submit an application at kid-museum.org/apprentice.

Application Due Date: August 13, 2023. ⚙️

🍂 Fall into a new season of hands-on fun!We've got a few weeks of summer camp left here at KID; however, today we're rel...
08/04/2023

🍂 Fall into a new season of hands-on fun!

We've got a few weeks of summer camp left here at KID; however, today we're releasing our new Fall 2023 schedule of general admission days, family workshops, and after-school sessions.
We're also debuting NEW deep dive series workshops, where makers can expand on the skills they've gained during other visits to KID.
You can pre-register for all of these programs now and download the full fall calendar now at kid-museum.org/visit

As   Month comes to a close, we're highlighting current   Farida Bedwei.Ever since Farida Bedwei's mother enrolled her i...
08/01/2023

As Month comes to a close, we're highlighting current Farida Bedwei.

Ever since Farida Bedwei's mother enrolled her in a computer science course at age 15, the Ghanaian software developer has been making waves in the international tech world. As the co-founder and chief technology officer of Logiciel Limited , Farida has revolutionized banking and financial micro-transactions across Ghana.

"I love the fact that in technology, your work speaks for you. I could sit in the office and develop something good and nobody would know who was behind it. By the time they got to know who had made that great product, I would have proven myself so they would not be able to discriminate against me."

Farida's work has since expanded beyond technology into writing. In 2015, she published her debut novel, Definition of a Miracle, and in 2018, Farida partnered with Leti Arts to create Karmzah, a young woman with cerebral palsy whose crutches give her superpowers.

You can learn more about by following Mid-Atlantic ADA Center or following the link in our bio.

Save the date for our annual Fête for the Future!Join us for a celebratory evening with legendary changemakers, cocktail...
07/28/2023

Save the date for our annual Fête for the Future!

Join us for a celebratory evening with legendary changemakers, cocktails, and hands-on creativity in support of KID Museum’s ongoing efforts to expand access to transformative learning experiences.

Proceeds from Fête for the Future support access for youth from under-resourced communities to participate in KID Museum programs and join our growing maker learning community.

Learn about sponsorship opportunities at kid-museum.org/fete. Ticket information coming soon.

😎 Have you visited KID Museum yet this summer? With new activities, exhibits, and workshops across our space, visitors h...
07/22/2023

😎 Have you visited KID Museum yet this summer? With new activities, exhibits, and workshops across our space, visitors have been busy making the most of what KID has to offer!

"The amount of programs and activities available to the children were fantastic. I was fascinated with how accessible everything was for the kids. The staff and volunteers really helped make this experience a great one." - KID Museum Visitor

Get 🎟️ tickets and learn more about free admission for MCPS families and more at kid-museum.org/visit

Last week, students in our Teen Enrichment Program designed and created two new activities for our Maker Playground. 🛠️ ...
07/20/2023

Last week, students in our Teen Enrichment Program designed and created two new activities for our Maker Playground.

🛠️ First was a Lite-Brite style “Mood Map,” which would be placed at each exhibit to ask visitors how much they enjoyed them. The second, “The Emotional Arcade,” collects visitor reviews via buttons that drop physical and digital balls through a machine. Students pitched their ideas to the KID Museum Exhibit and Programs teams, and the projects will now enter the next stage of development this fall during the second Teen Enrichment intensive. Amazing work by our Apprentices!

Our Apprentice Program has just begun accepting applications for the fall semester. To find out more about how teens can stay involved at KID Museum, visit https://kid-museum.org/apprentice/

“In Ed Trust’s policy brief, senior analyst Kristen Hengtgen writes, ‘  shouldn’t be a gatekeeper, but rather a door ope...
07/20/2023

“In Ed Trust’s policy brief, senior analyst Kristen Hengtgen writes, ‘ shouldn’t be a gatekeeper, but rather a door opener.’ That’s precisely what we see at KID Museum, and it is most rewarding.”

Read more from KID’s Founder & Executive Director, Cara Lesser, over at The Education Trust's blog, where they feature original stories of , guardians, , and activists striving to improve education around the nation.

This blog post highlights Montgomery County, Maryland's strategy to promote STEM equity and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic via a partnership with the KID Museum, in Bethesda.

07/15/2023

Summer Sundays are back in session: KID Museum is open this Sunday from 10 AM - 4 PM, with a brand-new Button Collage Challenge waiting in the Textile Studio. Practice your sewing skills and help us create a new mural for the studio!

Don’t forget: KID Museum has partnered with MCPS and The Clark Foundation to provide free admission to MCPS families and others through August 27th, 2023. Check here to find out more and get your tickets today: https://kid-museum.org/visit/

On this  , we’re celebrating the achievements of our incredible participants in this year’s   Challenge. From an app tar...
01/24/2023

On this , we’re celebrating the achievements of our incredible participants in this year’s Challenge. From an app targeting online racism to a water-powered litter collector, these brilliant inventors are already working to make the world a better place.

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Moving the race equity needle forward through creative partnerships! Montgomery County based KID Museum is partnering with Nickelodeon and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation to develop hands-on maker activities that provide kids with a deeper understanding of Latinx culture, combat hate and promote social change. Discover more about it --> https://bit.ly/3vKeuL0
Nickelodeon has partnered with KID Museum and Hispanic Heritage Foundation to create an Anti-Hate guide for Latinx, focusing on parents and educators. The Anti-Hate Latinx guide is part of Nickelodeon’s Talk & Take Action: Anti-Hate Guides series, which seeks to empower kids with tools, information, and inspiration to help them navigate their world.

“We are thrilled to partner with a worldwide brand for children and parents who also have a strong social conscious in Nickelodeon along with our friends at KID Museum in developing a guide for educators, parents and children to increase the understanding, appreciation and respect for the Latinx community,” said Jose Antonio Tijerino, President and CEO of Hispanic Heritage Foundation. “We understand the importance of breaking the cycle of discrimination and hate in our world and any movement starts with youth, but also the adults that influence them. We applaud Nickelodeon’s vision and leadership in offering these resources.”

“We urgently need to give kids better tools to move the needle as culture makers and changemakers of the future,” said Cara Lesser, Founder and Executive Director of KID Museum. “That’s why we’re proud to team up with Nickelodeon and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation as part of Nickelodeon’s ‘Talk and Take Action Campaign,’ to give teachers and families tangible, hands-on ways to combat hate and promote social change.”
Read more: https://bit.ly/3hqwCRJ
The Anti-Hate Latinx guide: https://bit.ly/36TX989
We are very proud to share that our own Kojo Nnamdi has been honored by KID Museum as the recipient of this year's Community Maker Award. Here he is pictured with KID Museum founder and executive director Cara Lesser.

Join Kojo virtually this Thursday at 7 p.m. as he hosts their annual Fête for the Future event.

RSVP here: https://kid-museum.org/fete-future/
We are so proud to partner with the KID Museum. The maker learning experiences they provide help young people explore the world with empathy and develop the creative problem-solving skills they need to invent the future. Please check out this article about what it means to be a and join us on December 9 for the virtual celebration during KID Museum's Fête for the Future: https://bit.ly/3oeKF0S Antonio Tijerino KID Museum
We are so proud to partner with the KID Museum. The maker learning experiences they provide help young people explore the world with empathy and develop the creative problem-solving skills they need to invent the future. Please check out this article about what it means to be a and join us on December 9 for the virtual celebration during KID Museum's Fête for the Future: kid-museum.org/fete Antonio Tijerino
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This summer, KID Museum connected Montgomery County Public Schools students with hands-on STEM learning opportunities on the USG campus. In this episode of , Dr. Anne Khademian chats with Cara Lesser, KID Museum Founder and CEO, about the organization's goals, mission and more. Watch now: https://bit.ly/kidmuseumpodcast
August is National Inventors' Month! Our Build-a-Bot program with KID Museum at Long Branch continues today. Young inventors will learn how a circuit works, make their own simple circuit using a motor & use that skill to create their own simple moving robots, or wiggle bots!
At this pivotal moment in education, we have the opportunity to reimagine learning as never before. To help our community advocate effectively and promote Invention Education opportunities, KID Museum partnered with Nation of Makers, with the support of The Lemelson Foundation, to create the InventEd Field Guide.

This comprehensive resource provides data, stories, key messages, as well as practical strategies to build momentum and promote opportunities for all learners.
USG Executive Director Dr. Anne Khademian was on WJLA 7News DC's "Good Morning Washington" this morning with
John Gonzalez 7News, discussing the return to campus. WJLA was also here to feature a KID Museum summer inventing workshop program for middle school students, held at USG.
Wake up early with USG tomorrow, August 5! We look forward to welcoming WJLA 7News DC to feature both USG and the KID Museum summer inventing workshops on campus. Watch "Good Morning Washington" between 5:30-7:00 a.m. on channel 7 or at https://wjla.com/watch.
Any chance Mini Makers will be back this year?