The Maker’s Clubhouse is an educational initiative of The Oasis Project that aims to address students’ social, emotional, physical, and academic needs wellness. The Maker's Clubhouse program serves Pittsburgh Faison K-5 students during school through a Robotics Lunch Group and Social Skills Groups and an after school program that focuses on hands-on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) based projects (i.e., bubble wands, Lego robotics, water filters to solve water contamination), athledemics (teaching STEAM through athletics), and character development.
The Oasis Project is the community and economic development division of Bible Center Church, Inc. Since 2011, the Oasis Project has provided high quality educational programs for children who live, learn, worship, and/or play in Homewood. The Oasis Project seeks to empower Homewood’s technologically disadvantaged children in grades K-12, by providing them with fun, hands-on, project-based, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math)-focused activities.