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Today, we are officially sharing the new logo. It is inspired by all the great ideas the BrainPad gives you.
GHI Electronics opened its doors to two local high school groups for manufacturing day. Students and teachers got a chance to see up close how we manufacture circuit boards.
Check out all the cool submissions from the MakeCode Arcade Game Jam
GHI Electronics’ commitment to student education and the community isn’t just about the BrainPad. It’s about highlighting work opportunities in engineering, design and manufacturing and showing what’s possible for the futures workforce.
My name is Alex Kulcsar, and I am a software and systems engineer, consultant, and educator… I graduated from the University of Michigan in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree of science in mathematics and a teaching certificate at the secondary level for mathematics and computer science.
Mr. Eden Konja has almost 20 years of experience within Educational Technology. He improved a 1:1 program at the Notre Dame Preparatory and Marist Academy, where he serves as Director of Information and Academic Technology.
GHI Electronics’ BrainPad was the humble and grateful recipient of a recent award given out by the staff members of The Henry Ford museum. The awards are given out to those whose projects embodies the innovation and spirit of the the museum and the Maker Faire event.
CODE313 is a STEM.org Accredited™ non-profit organization partnered with Microsoft, dedicated to teaching and inspiring youth ages 7 to 17 to code.
GHI Electronics, the maker of the BrainPad is committed to the future of STEM education. Getting the word out to students about career opportunities in STEM that they might not have been aware of is part of that mission.
Oakland Schools Summer STEM Camp used the BrainPad and Microsoft MakeCode to teach kids coding for embedded development.
The importance of science and technology, engineering and mathematics cannot be overstated in my humble opinion for students in today’s world. I understand STEM to be especially important for young people…
We were honored today to hear from Detroit’s Mayor Mike Duggan and GDYT.org on how they are shaping the the young’s future in Detroit…