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Makers of Tomorrow

 Empowering Students to Discover Their Full STEM Potential 

Our Mission

To excite & empower underserved youth by introducing them to the vast possibilities that innovation and engineering have to offer

From Founder, President, and CEO: Shruti Sridhar

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Why Makers of Tomorrow Started

The Internet of Things is the future of technology, yet underserved students with limited exposure to electronic gadgets and a strong engineering curriculum are falling behind in this universal movement. Makers of Tomorrow aims to instill the maker culture of innovation and creativity in every student. By experimenting with various electronic parts and making even the simplest of devices, students can express their scientific creativity and unlock their full STEM potential. Early exposure to engineering can bolster these students' confidence in their own abilities, preparing them to take the Silicon Valley tech industry by storm.

Hands-On Activities

The most effective way by which young students can internalize new concepts while enjoying themselves is through fun activities. Makers of Tomorrow strives to incorporate exciting circuitry and coding projects into every lesson.

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Media & Updates

San Jose City Council Commendation

August 27, 2019

Makers of Tomorrow was recognized for our STEM outreach work during the past three years. The commendation was presented by Mayor Sam Liccardo, District 5 Councilmember Carrasco, District 3 Councilmember Peralez, and the entire City Council, at the Council Chambers. 

CBS San Francisco Jefferson Award

July 2019

I recently was awarded the Bay Area Jefferson Award on behalf of MOT! As part of this service award, a TV segment aired on KPIX Channel 5 news, capturing our Sunrise Middle School session in action!

Meeting with District 5 Councilmember Magdalena Carrasco

April 19, 2019

I had an inspiring conversation with Councilmember Carrasco about expanding MOT across 20+ more Bay Area schools by equipping City Year volunteers with my 7-week curriculum!

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KCBS Radio Interview

March 22, 2019

I was interviewed by Melissa Culross for a short radio feature on Makers of Tomorrow. It aired on the morning segment of KCBS 740 AM radio!

Meeting with Supervisor Cindy Chavez, District 2

August 9, 2018

I had a great meeting with Supervisor Chavez about expanding Makers of Tomorrow programs to more Bay Area school districts!


Meeting with Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, District 19

May 11, 2018

I had a great conversation with Congresswoman Lofgren about the future trajectory of Makers of Tomorrow!

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Thank you for supporting MOT as we seek to provide a vibrant, hands-on learning experience to all our students!

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"I took one look at the diagram of the circuit we had to build, and it looked so hard. But I didn't give up - me and my group stuck through it together. In the end, we had a lot of fun and our circuit worked! I never knew I had it in me!"

Student from Sunrise Middle School

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"What I enjoyed most was the use of games and hands-on activities to enhance the new concepts, including electricity, the cloud, sensors, resistors, and machine learning. I was also really excited to see my kids' circuits work!"

Parent from Bascom Public Library

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San Francisco Bay Area, CA, USA

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