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Cyber Law Lunch & Learn

Local counsel from Fulcher Hagler, LLP. presented a Lunch & Learn at May 18th on the topic of cyber law. The sixteen folks in attendance got to hear about the vulnerability of information posted to the internet and tips for securing their business and private computers. Join us for our final Cyber Month Lunch… Read More


SQL Night, sponsored by RSI

Over 20 people interested Structured Query Language (SQL) met at Friday May 13th. They learned about the capabilities of the standard language for relational database management systems from experts of Rural Sourcing, Inc (RSI). Following an overview of SQL, folks split into two groups of beginners and those more experienced. A series of modules were presented… Read More

STEM Summer Camps @

STEM summer camps at are happening through June and July this year! has partnered with Spark Academy, Sumo Robot League, and Perfect Storm Art Enrichment to offer science, art, and technology camps for young people ages 6-16.   Spark Academy will present a variety of camps geared towards children ages six to ten year… Read More


Entrepreneurship: Spark Academy member Courtney Hatcher has started up Spark Academy here in Augusta. Spark Academy focuses on STEM education classes for children ages 3-10. Welcome, Courtney! 1. What is the business? Spark Academy offers innovative, hands-on STEM enrichment learning for children ages 3-10. We focus on hands-on labs in beginning science concepts with tie-ins to engineering… Read More


Maker Fellowship: 4th Quarter

Georgia Technology Authority provided a grant to last year which made memberships and mentorships available to local students and teachers for one year. In that time, participants completed quarterly projects, with some projects building upon one another to create a year-long endeavor. held a final presentation night on Tuesday April 26th. So here’s… Read More



Ian Bridgeforth has skills in marketing and advertising. He works out of a few days a week, utilizing the space for meeting with clients and co-working. Meet Ian! 1: How did you come to be a member of While living in New York, there were a lot of co-working spaces and I saw… Read More

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NASA International Space Apps Challenge

We indeed had liftoff! Friday April 22nd, folks of all ages poured into in a punctual manner to get started with 2016’s NASA International Space Apps Challenge in Augusta. In its fifth year, the Space Apps Challenge is organized by NASA to offer over 20 challenges in six categories, providing data for people around the world… Read More



John Black has been coming by regularly to work on 3D printing. He also has some promising ideas on educational opportunities for young people interested in technology. Meet John! 1: How did you come to be a member of I discovered the Clubhouse while looking for local TEDx events. After reading about it, I… Read More


Community Garden: Raised Bed Installation

It’s amazing what a bunch of volunteers can accomplish during a morning of working together! On March 5th, members of and volunteers from the Augusta Rescue Mission, Augusta Area Dietetic Internship, and Augusta Locally Grown built 22 raised beds for the Community Garden at With wood donated by Howard Lumber, the crew got started early,… Read More


Sumo Robot League Class for Homeschoolers

The robot have entered the building! Though more appropriately, the Sumo Robots were developed here at and they’re ready for action.   Sumo Robot League is offering a class for homeschoolers in the area beginning next week. Each student will start with a Sumo Robot League kit. They will assemble the parts for the robot, solder… Read More

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