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Today’s Guest: Melissa Rabideau: Founder and CEO of tinkrLAB
Melissa Rabideau is the founder of TinkrLab, a STEM learning center that offers a variety of educational opportunities for kids and adults.
The center provides hands-on learning experiences in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math, with retail offerings and classes for toddlers, kids, and teenagers, as well as field trips and birthday parties.
Additionally, the center includes child care and preschool for kids aged 18 months to 5 years and provides age-appropriate STEM classes every day.
Melissa got her start in the field through a pitch competition and her passion for making and building, inspired by her father who was a builder and maker himself.
The goal of TinkrLab is to encourage hands-on learning and inspire people of all ages to be makers and builders themselves.
Listen as Melissa shares her journey as the founder of TinkrLab and discover how she’s creating opportunities for hands-on learning in STEM!
If you have to take care of something, take care of it because it’s going to it is going to affect you so much further into the future if you don’t just dive in and take care of it.
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