TAP Travels to Cincy for Girls in STEM Workshop

Earlier this month, team members from the Toy Adaptation Program traveled to iSpace in Cincinnati to work with girls interested in STEM fields. The team worked with about 40 girls with ages ranging from 10-17  years old and adapted 20 toys for kids with special needs. iSpace will be donating the toys locally. TAP loves working with community partners as well as getting students interested in science and engineering, so this was an exciting workshop!

Join Our Team!

The OSU Toy Adaptation Program is looking to hire two new interns starting mid-November (or sooner, if possible)! The application along with a position description can be found here. Applications are due by midnight on 10/19/18. We hope you’ll consider joining our team!

An Exciting New Way To Support TAP

This month, TAP is taking on a new adventure! We’re partnering with BuckeyeFunder to raise $10,000 that will help us give the gift of play to children in our community. These funds will be used to support our program for the upcoming school year and will allow us to keep running workshops with families, students, and community partners.

To learn more and donate, please visit our BuckeyeFunder page.

Thank you for your support and Go Bucks!