Build a 3D Printer STEM Lab

With Time2Give And MyStemKits’ STEM Lab Grant

Applications due by April 30, 2018

Announcements coming next week (14 – 19 May).

STEM Lab Grant Overview

Time2Give Inc., a non-profit with a mission to provide sustainable STEM-based education support for K-12 schools and organizations, has partnered with, the world’s largest library of standards-aligned 3D printable manipulatives for k-12 education, to announce a STEM Lab Grant. This grant and the partnerships that make it possible, is a sustainable STEM Lab program that can be scaled nationwide.

The 2018 Spring STEM Lab Grants with total value of $60,000 ($15,000/lab) will be awarded to one Elementary, one Middle, one High School and one Extended Day Program affiliated with the Atlanta Public School System. Atlanta Public Schools have been identified as the first grant recipients as Time2Give’s founder Laron Walker attended and graduated from APS.

What is MyStemKits?

Important Dates

April 30, 2018 – Application Due Date
May 11, 2018 – School/Program Selection
TBD – Grant Award Ceremony

Eligible Schools and Programs

To apply for the grant, your school must be an Elementary, Middle or High School in the Atlanta Public School system. Extended Day Programs must service students that attend Atlanta Public Schools.

Grant Awardee Commitment

To receive this grant, each school/program will commit to the following:

  • A minimum of 150 sq ft. of dedicated space in their facility for the STEM Lab to operate.
  • Commitment to print at least 4 kits/month from
  • Committed staff to implement and maintain program
  • Videos/photos of STEM Lab in use by students/attendees

STEM Lab Grant Package Includes

Each lab is valued at $15,000

  • Two (2) Dremel 3D Printers

  • 3D Printer Filament

  • 3D manipulative and curriculum access for two years

  •  $500 of Kit Supplies

  • Training from MyStemkits team

  • Ongoing mentorship for the school/organization

Our Partners

Time2Give would like to thank our business and community partners for their contributions to the STEM Lab Grant.

Grant Selection Committee

Our selection committee will be comprised of leaders within the community.

About Time2Give Inc

Time2Give, Inc. is a 501(c)3 founded in 2004 with a mission to provide sustainable STEM based education support for K-12 schools and organizations. It was founded in 2004 by Laron Walker with the original mission to reach back and support kids needing book scholarships for college. In 2016, the focus was shifted to STEM education to align with the founder’s passion and to increase impact in our communities. Present day, Time2Give provides in excess of $15,000 of annual support for programs targeting STEM and student initiatives.

About the Founder

Laron Walker is a Southwest Atlanta native of humble roots who attended Atlanta Public Schools K-12. Upon his graduation from Fredrick Douglas High School, he received several scholarships to cover his college tuition/room and board but a $1000 scholarship written directly to him gave him the means to actually move onto campus. He then graduated summa cum laude from Tennessee State University (TSU) with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Later, he enrolled in Purdue University where he obtained his Masters of Science in the same area. The $1000 scholarship resonated with him, and in 2004 he founded Time2Give with the initial mission to provide book scholarships for incoming college freshman.

Laron has always had a flair for being an entrepreneur, starting his first company while in undergrad. Laron later helped launch a number of technology start-ups that targeted niche markets, including STEM education. One of those companies is ( which focuses on making affordable, quality education available for all utilizing 3D printing technology. Due to his passion and involvement in the STEM education community, the mission of Time2Give was shifted to sustainable STEM based education support for K-12 schools and organizations.

Laron is the proud husband of Rachel Austin Walker, and father to Isaiah, Laila and Olivia.


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