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Our driving goals

The Innovation Wyrkshop aims to cultivate a dynamic learning environment within our makerspace, fostering community-driven innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship through cutting-edge technology and interdisciplinary collaboration. Our inclusive approach welcomes individuals of all technical levels, ages, abilities, and backgrounds to engage in hands-on, experiential learning.

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The Innovation Wyrkshop is committed to providing an inspiring, empowering, state-of-the-art makerspace experience. We believe that hands-on learning and interdisciplinary collaboration are the keys to fostering creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

As a leader in the makerspace community, we aim to deliver engaging and exciting workshops, special events, and makerspace content to our community. Our staff are passionate, curious, smart, and dedicated to providing an experiential active learning environment that encourages experimentation, exploration, and discovery.

We are committed to inclusivity and diversity and strive to create a safe and welcoming atmosphere for makers of all ages and abilities. We believe that everyone has a unique perspective to bring to the innovative design process, and we seek to champion maker values and foster mutual respect. Our makerspaces are open, free, and accessible to all those who wish to use them, and we are dedicated to responding to the needs of our communities. At the Innovation Wyrkshop, we believe in the power of making, and we are committed to providing an accessible and inclusive makerspace experience for everyone.

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Workshops & Events

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Partners

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Equipment

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Awards

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Our People

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A Year in Review

A little history

The year was 1886. Phineas T. Makerspace, an enterprising young engineer and adjunct professor at the University of Wyoming, had a dream.

 

Wyoming, still a young territory at the time, was ...

 

...only kidding. Let's fast-forward 126 years.

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Job Openings

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Learning Resources

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Plan Your Visit

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