Program Registration

An adult needs to sign up as the account owner, from there additional accounts for students can be made to register for programs. Because of this, we highly recommend using the instructions while registering. If you have any registration questions, please email

Specialty Programs

Maydm/PUBG Youth Gaming Workshop

Location: The Spark Building – 821 E. Washington Ave. Madison, WI 53703

Date and Time: Friday November 18th from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Age: Rising 6 – 12 grades

Join Maydm and PUBG for a full day of gaming competitions, hands on activities, and learning about careers in gaming. Not only will you get tips and tricks for becoming a better PUBG player but also learn more about the game from the developers themselves! You’ll also hear from the artists, producers, sound techs, and more. This event is for middle and high school students in grades 6-12.

Spaces will be limited. Filling out the registration form does not guarantee space in this program. You will be emailed a final confirmation the first week of October.

Early drop off and late pick up is available on first come, first serve basis and must be indicated in registration form.

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Summer Programs

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Lily B. ’20

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This was my first time helping build and design a website and using WordPress, all skills that will help me plan what college classes I want to take. Maydm has given me an advantage when I apply for college because I have gotten actual working experience in applying skills in helping with the redesign of their website. I appreciate how Maydm has made me feel included in the community and part of a team.

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I found out that many people do not have internet during the coronavirus outbreak. This is an issue because it not only makes life harder for people in my community but it prevents feedback from being transmitted. Therefore, their voice is not heard and their problems are never resolved. Using my website, I can create an awareness about the lack of internet in…my communities [to help those] who do not have reliable access or cannot afford it, so that their voices can be included and heard.

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B.S. Computer Science

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I wanted to let you know that my experiences at Maydm set me on the course toward STEM and computer science. It took me a long time to believe that I could do it. But now I’m at Williams College, pursuing a bachelor’s in computer science.

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Virtual Resources (Open to all ages)

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