Celebrate Making at MIT with us at MakerBreak on October 9th.


Maker Break is only open to MIT affiliates

What is Maker Break?

Maker Break is a celebration of making for MIT students where you can have fun and show your smart and creative sides. You can engage in friendly competition with fellow students, cheer on your friends and classmates, and explore making in ways that are new to you. There is something for everyone! It is designed to be fun and low stress.

What can we make at Maker Break?

Register alone or form a team of 4-6 people and tackle a mystery challenge for which you will be given Arduino, motors, duct tape and more.

For less competition-focused making, some other making activities will be available like an Origami Station, Jewelry Making and Button Making.

Food From Anna's Taqueria: 

Come at 5:30 PM to enjoy a burrito from Anna's

How can I get involved?

Bring your friends and plan to have fun!

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Where and when?

Come to Walker Memorial on Tuesday, October 9th (a student holiday with no classes). Come at 5:30 PM for food, making starts at 6 PM.

The Maker Break is free and open to all MIT students, alumni, faculty and staff.

We had a blast at MakerBreak, we hope you did too!

For an article on this year's event: http://news.mit.edu/2018/maker-break-celebration-of-making-at-mit-0504

The next MakerBreak will be on Tuesday, October 9th from 5:30 PM to 9 PM in Walker Memorial

MIT Maker Break is organized by MIT Project Manus in the Innovation Initiative.

MakerBreak is sponsored by Magna International Inc.