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Alliance for Digital Fabrication Education


Hive NYC member since January 2015

The Alliance for Digital Fabrication Education is an 501c3 organization whose mission is to create equal access to meaningful learning opportunities for under-served youth and promote development of critical thinking and design entrepreneurship with the use of digital fabrication tools.

We promote the curriculum of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math though direct problem solving with advanced tools and equipment. We believe in the enhancement of our technological progress and economic prosperity through early exposure to digital fabrication technology, and see a future world being balanced by the democratization of digital manufacturing innovations.

All Star Code


All Star Code empowers young men with the skills, networks, and mindsets they need to create new futures through technology. We work towards building a world where every young man has the confidence to dare greatly, the safety to celebrate failure, and the freedom to tell his story.

American Museum of Natural History


Hive NYC member since March 2009

The American Museum of Natural History is one of the world’s preeminent scientific and cultural institutions. Since its founding in 1869, the Museum has advanced its global mission to discover, interpret, and disseminate information about human cultures, the natural world, and the universe through a wide-ranging program of scientific research, education, and exhibition.

Beam Center


Hive NYC member since May 2013

Beam Center (beamcenter.org) cultivates communities of making and learning for NYC youth. Beam Center a community of learning and discovery for young people from second grade through high school. Guided by artists in technology, imagination, and craft, young people develop much more than skills; they build their character, courage to think for themselves, and capacity for collaboration and invention.

Brooklyn College Community Partnership


Hive NYC member since January 2013

Created in the early 1990s in response to racial conflicts in Brooklyn, BCCP builds bridges Brooklyn communities to Brooklyn College. Relationship-based programs engage young people through arts and technology and support academic and personal development to make college a tangible reality. Through a unique network model BCCP connects Brooklyn youth to college students and faculty who serve as educators and mentors, to peers from geographically and culturally disparate communities and to dedicated staff who are positive role models of academic and professional success. BCCP's mission is to make college accessible to underserved youth.