FUSE Makerspace is excited to offer, in collaboration with INTEL®
Future Skills Drone & 3D Modeling Course
The Intel® Future Skills initiative helps students build confidence and skills, create problem-solving innovations to help their communities, find employment in the technology industry, get more education, or become entrepreneurs.
This is an introductory course that will cover different aspects of the design, creation, evaluation, and flight of drones and unmanned aircraft systems. The course also explores 3D modeling concepts and their integration with drone systems.
The content for each course will integrate unique elements including life lessons, videos/hands-on projects, class challenges, self-reflections, flying exercises, and presentations. Central to the curriculum structure is the fusion of life lessons with the class content. The intention of teaching life lessons is to guide the personal growth and development of each student with different positive attributes beneficial in life and future careers and decisions. The life lessons taught will become incrementally more complex over the duration of the course.
The objective of the Intel® Future Skills Drone & 3D Modeling Course is to educate students about the expansion of the drone, unmanned aircraft systems, and 3D modeling industries and associated applications for different industries. This course will inspire students toward gainful employment through drones and 3D modeling, and the life lessons taught will prepare them for success in both personal and professional settings.
The Future Skills Program is FREE.
Our summer program is full. Please fill out the application if you are interested in attending the program Fall 2018. Details and dates to follow.
Get a Degree and Pursue Your Career
In the Intel Future Skills summer program, you will get just a taste of these exciting technologies and skills. CNM offers degree programs in Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Computer Science and more. Students completing the Future Skills program can explore these degree programs after this summer’s program. Get started at CNM.
We are excited to partner with multiple community colleges across the state to offer Intel® Future Skills at thefollowing locations:
Participating students in Albuquerque can choose between two course times: evenings or weekend sessions.
May 29 – July 26, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.,
June 2 – July 28, Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Contact us via email or by phone at (505) 224-4000 Ext. 53677 for more information.