Bring Mouse Create to your learning site
Be part of a community of students and educators that engage with computer science and creative technology to solve real problems and make meaningful change in their schools, communities, and the world around them.
Membership Options for Every Budget
There are two ways to bring Mouse Create to your learning site. We have memberships to fit every budget because we want to empower learning communities everywhere reach and see their potential to create with technology and make meaningful change, locally and globally.
For a low price your Full Membership grants you access to 13 STEM + CS Courses, ranging in topics from Coding, IT, Serious Games, Design with Purpose, and Sewable Tech. Learn more about all the benefits and curricula available through a Full Membership.
Mouse Spark Membership:
For no-cost, you can apply for a Mouse Spark membership. “Spark Members” have a basic version of Mouse Create with access to two courses for the year, and all of the features of Mouse Create including digital badges for Spark Courses, Educator PD course and all the Microprojects in our archive. Learn more about our inclusive Spark Membership.
National Youth and Educator Network
We currently work with school districts in New York City, California, Chicago, Minnesota, and several others sites across the country. Mouse fosters a community for educators from multiple sites throughout a school district to collaborate and share their successes, while giving each the freedom to tailor our content to fit their individual goals.
- Watch our Mouse Create video featuring our new learning platform
- Learn more about Our Work and Mouse Courses
- View our Upcoming Events
About Mouse Create Membership
Mouse Create is our online platform designed for young people to build the skills they need to apply design and technology creatively to the world around them.
Exciting, hands-on projects for the classroom or afterschool programs
Our hands-on, interactive projects inspire STEM learning in the classroom, afterschool programs, libraries, or makerspaces. Examples include clubs focused on circuitry or coding -- or bringing our green tech projects into your science classroom or adding 3D design to your arts curriculum.
Microprojects are monthly challenges for members of our national network to be creative with free web tools and technology, including creating your own font, animated name, avatar, or many other topics! See an example here.
Digital Badges to Recognize New Skills and Competencies
Youth over the age of 13 can earn digital badges that can be shared on social networks, college applications, or resumes. Mouse has partnered with Credly, a leading platform for issuing and managing digital credentials recognized by employers, K-12 stakeholders, and universities.
Educator Professional Development
Mouse offers several professional development opportunities for educators, including group and on-site training, unlimited remote support throughout the school year, and a course specifically designed for Mouse Educators. See more resources for Mouse Educators here.