The first ever SHAPE, an AT&T Tech Expo, included some of the best mobile app developers, video content creators and tech professionals, as well as kids ages 7 to 17, who took part in Maker Camp Live.
The buzz around the first ever SHAPE, an AT&T Tech Expo, is still going strong. While some of the best mobile app developers, video content creators and tech professionals were there to take part in SHAPE’s immersive activities, some of the youngest attendees had the biggest takeaways.
Kids ages 7 to 17 took part in Maker Camp Live in connection with AT&T Aspire – our signature philanthropic initiative to help students succeed in school and beyond. Kids and their parents learned with hands-on science and technology projects that taught basic soldering and coding skills.
At AT&T, we support programs like Maker Camp that connect play with modern technology and prepare youth for tomorrow’s careers. The future is now and we are making sure young people are leading the way.
This post was first published on the AT&T Newsroom.