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Hello I'm a staff member of Giordano Workshops. Our goal is to teach children engineering and motivate them to join the STEM field.

We are based in New York for now but will be expanding to New Jersey over this summer! We started out with teaching general based engineering workshops. Then I suggested the idea of a 3D Printing curriculum and decided to join the Ultimaker family.

We have a 3D printing workshop set for April 10th. Our team has developed a solid lesson plan with multiple projects. But it still doesn't harm to get additional help. Do you guys have any other resources for a program such as this? (we looked at the ones from Ultimaker) Thank you for your help in advance!

Here is our site if you are interested: http://giordanoworkshops.com/

Thank you again for your help!

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