Projects

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New Haven's magnet for talent, innovation and growing companies.
  • MakeHaven — Empower more makers to create and enjoy quality-learning experiences related to fabrication. This will be achieved by enhancing the MakeHaven facility, machines and programing. MakeHaven will also host makers in studio spaces, which will incubate deeper involvement in the maker economy.
  • The Grove — Fabric, The Grove’s expansion of space, services, and events will broaden and deepen its support for growing companies and increase collaboration with area institutions to further promote New Haven’s innovation economy. This will include new turnkey private offices for growing teams, enhanced conference and meeting rooms, and extended collaboration with YEI, SOM, MakeHaven, GCC, and SCSU.
  • The State House — A central hub for art, innovation, craft, and trade, The State House unifies New Haven’s rich creative and innovation economies by connecting individuals’ visions and talents together through a diverse array of events, workshops, productions, and experiences.
  • Collaboratory — Collaboratory is a small business and startup accelerator serving the New Haven community. It provides capital, mentorship, and other resources to entrepreneurs based in New Haven. It aims to address the small and large psychological, logistical, and financial barriers to entrepreneurship, with a firm dedication to diversity and inclusion.
  • Ives Squared — To create a multi-level curriculum that introduces and engages users in 21st-century skill building in entrepreneurship and maker applications.
  • Concepts for Adaptive Learning — Through this program, parents are taught how to use a computer and upon completing training, their families are given a computer, which CfAL installs in their home, and given them a year of technical support. Because of this program parents and their children are better prepared to compete for a better education and jobs.
  • Science Park Development Corp. — The Vivarium Expansion allows Science Park to fill the needs of growing biotech companies in Science Park and New Haven who need access to vivarium space and services.
  • Mobile CSP — A SCSU Program provides coding workshops for middle and high school students to expose and attract young talents to computational thinking to meet today's technology demand and to prepare them to be technologically-informed citizens.

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