Minds of Tomorrow -MoT-, is a club for kids to explore their multiple talents, passions, and interests. We offer workshops and tech camps for non-members but in order to access our weekly learning experiences you first have to sign up for a membership. Every family can sign up for their children (and caregiver if younger than 5) and you can schedule the number of sessions per month you are planning to use.
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Once you are a MoT MAX member -ages 9 to 12- you can be part of a cohort working on a Creative Project. There will be several Creative Projects during the school year starting late August to June. Each Creative Project lasts about 10 sessions. By the end of that period the MoT MAX cohort will be able to showcase / pitch their project in a Demo Day.
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Once you are a MoT JUNIOR member -ages 5 to 8- you can attend the weekly Creative Adventures. Each Creative Adventure lasts about 4 to 6 sessions that have a storyline and each session corresponds to a stand-alone activity. For this age group, variety is key. We prioritize fun and play over technical accuracy. We want the kids to freely exercise their creative abilities.
Explore examples Creative Adventures
Starting this fall we offer a MoT MINI membership - ages 2 to 4 - that includes a caregiver in the mornings. They both can join a 1-hour weekly guided activity and also enjoy additional passes to come to our “Mini Tech Playroom”.MoT JUNIOR is our creative program for ages 5-8. Contact your nearest MOT studio for more information about the specific programs offered for our younger members.
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Minds of Tomorrow is about helping your kid develop their Creative Mindset. In other words, their ability to come up with unique, innovative solutions to problems, challenges and opportunities they will encounter in the future. The Creative Mindset is formed by four abilities: The Design ability, The Computational Ability, The Entrepreneurial Ability and The Engineering Ability. All our programs mix these four abilities. Is this blend of Abilities that truly nurtures and amplifies the Creative Mindset of your kid.
We have an amazing team of creative mentors that guide our members' journeys. Our mentors have a diverse skill set ranging from technical computer scientists to artists and filmmakers. The one thing every MOT Mentor has in common is that they are engaging, fun, and love working with kids. All of our mentors complete the MOT training program and are background checked and fingerprint vetted.
Members are invited to make up any session on a different day/time within the week.
Since our programs are very hands-on and are often open to creative expression, they work well for all types of learners. We also maintain small, personalized group sizes to ensure our mentors have 1:1 time to support everyone in the group.
Yes! We offer rolling registrations throughout the year so that kids can join us at any time. Our activities are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
No. Our hands-on, personalized style of learning allows kids of all different starting points to flourish.
Yes, MOT is a place for the whole family so member parents are welcome to stay in the parent’s hangout zone while their kids are participating in MOT activities.
Workshops are 2-hour, stand alone activities held at the MOT studios. Workshops are open to the public as well as our members and are a great way for prospective members to come experience a MoT activity. Workshops are held weekly on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
As much as you’d like! Our memberships include once weekly 2-hour activities, one workshop pass, 6 passes to our Tech Room, one Parent’s Night Out every month, so our members can visit about 12-13 times each month. Of course, for families wanting to come more than that, there are additional passes available for purchase at reduced rates.
Yes! Birthdays at MoT are a unique and memorable experience as our tech-themed activities are super interactive and fun! Families can reserve our entire studio for an exclusive party hosted by our mentors.
MoT programming is multi-disciplinary so that our kids get exposure to many different themes. Since design is one of our principle themes, there are many creative and artistic elements woven through our programming including things like animation, film editing, digital art / design (using tools and applications like procreate), hands-on crafts and building, and much much more!
Each creative that joins MOT will start building a personal portfolio to capture the outcomes and progress of the creative projects. They will also earn badges reflecting the techniques and skills required to complete the creative projects.