Our Programs

School Programs


STEAMLab is Digi-Bridge’s flagship school-based out-of-school-time program that delivers hands-on, exploratory, and career-focused STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) experiences to K-8 students in partner Title 1 schools. STEAMLab is designed to support young innovators, and to build and nurture a diverse community of future entrepreneurs with a passion for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) fields and aligned subject matter. By providing weekly opportunities to explore STEAM concepts under the direction of master educators, Digi-Bridge creates unparalleled, otherwise nonexistent opportunities in our schools to build interest and confidence in STEAM.

Competition Robotics and Programming​

Digi-Bridge works with 6th-8th grade scholars at area Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools middle schools to provide out of school experiences with robotics through the FIRST LEGO League framework. Students meet weekly afterschool under the direction of master educators to build 21st century skills such as teamwork, collaboration, innovation, and problem-solving through hands-on robotics challenges. Participants compete at local friendly competitions to showcase their skills learned during the program.

Community Programs

Thanks to a generous donation from LendingTree Foundation, Digi-Bridge will continue to reach more scholars and families through community partnerships.

Past community partnerships have included programs with ourBRIDGE for KIDS, Charlotte Freedom School Partners, MeckEd, Charlotte Kids Fest and many others. To host Digi-Bridge programs at your community site, please contact Alyssa Sharpe at alyssa@digi-bridge.org.
placeholder info with past partners/pictures. Our community programs will be ramping up thanks to a gift from LendingTree Foundation. To host Digi-Bridge programs at your community site, contact Alyssa Sharpe, alyssa@digi-bridge.org. This page will be updated with more information.

Innovation Alley Programs​

In fall 2020, doors open at Innovation Alley, a dedicated programming space funded by Lowe’s Foundation to be shared by Digi-Bridge, Rebuilding Together of Greater Charlotte, and She Built This City. The space located at Hygge Coworking’s Jay Street location provides a shared workshop, classroom, and inventory space for three organizations working to provide STEAM education, construction career training, and critical home repairs to the community. Additionally, the space contains interior and exterior public art, a tool wall, 3D printing lab, activation space and a state of the art virtual studio provided by Generation T.


In addition to our school-based programming and community partnerships, Digi-Bridge hosts events throughout the year to encourage scholars and their families and friends to participate in STEAM activities. Past events have included: Daddy Daughter Code-Ins: An evening of science exploration, art, food and fun aimed to connect girls and their dads. Family Code-Ins: A time spent connecting families through science, coding, art, food and fun. Bots & Brews: An opportunity for adults to reimagine their love of LEGOs and robotics while enjoying local craft brews.


Digi-Bridge aims to equip shareholders with the means to foster optimal use of technology in the learning environment, ensuring that all 21st century learners have opportunities to succeed in the digital age.

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