The Youth Maker Market program is not just about selling products; it's about nurturing the next generation of innovators, artists, and leaders.
In February 2022, one of my best friends, Lisa, and I took our kids to the Amazeum after a snow day. While the kids ran and played, we sat and talked catching up about all the life things. I had been widowed 2.5 years prior and was single and shared with her I would be open to going on a date, but I didn't think it would ever happen because I was completely terrified of online dating and didn't know how to meet anyone as a single mom. I told her literally "he would have to fall from the sky straight delivery from God"...
Despite the challenges, there is a solution: working together to create spaces of belonging for everyone by educating, equipping, and empowering.
Congratulations to the Scott Family Amazeum’s Chief Executive Officer, Sam Dean, for being named to the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal’s C-Suite Award winners. Dean was chosen as one of 10 top executives in Northwest Arkansas for the magazine’s 9th round of title holders. This honor acknowledges regional leaders’ contributions, commitment to the community, and exceptional professional performance according to the NWA Business Journal.
The Maker in Residence program at the Scott Family Amazeum is created to support and inspire creatives to develop new experiences working alongside the Amazeum team and community.