Founded in 2012, GénieLab is a non-profit organization determined to transform digital citizenship and provide hands-on experiences accessible for all, including special needs, disadvantaged, and underserved youth.
We design and develop creative solutions to digital literacy challenges in order to improve access to technology using an approach grounded in collaboration, experimentation, and STEAM education.
Our interactive workshops make technology approachable and fun, igniting the participants’ creativity. Covering the themes of connected objects, circuits and electricity, artificial intelligence, playful robotics, creative coding, and more, each experience inspires curiosity in a collaborative setting.
Our team has completed 290 projects to date, bringing together like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds. Our novel approaches provide access to meaningful cultural assets in various experiencial formats.
Our interactive, gamified STEAM kit, Wally, guides young innovators on a mission through history and science while teaching them the basics of coding, problem-solving, and Morse code.
We encourage a culture of recycling and re-use, with an emphasis on the physical world. Hacking and re-using, goes hand in hand with the awareness of ethics and sustainability.