In collaboration with OAK HILL COLLABORATIVE

A unique nonprofit organization on Youngstown's south side that provides small business incubation services, a Maker Space that provides tools and resources to grow ideas into viable inventions, market products and/or goods, and a meeting space for community organizations and revitalization efforts.

SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR

The Oak Hill Collaborative Small Business Incubator Program accelerates the start-up and expansion of local small businesses. The program provides guidance and consulting to make sure those start-up and expanding firms have the tools necessary to succeed. Services include legal consultation, business planning, and marketing classes, while shared office space allows for low-overhead and access to relationship-building and networking opportunities.

MAKERSPACE

The Oak Hill MakerSpace supports start-up businesses in the incubator that cannot afford to own and maintain expensive, but essential, equipment. Interested and motivated people can utilize the available tools and equipment provided, borrowed, and donated. Weekly Makerspace meetings and ongoing classes and events that are free and open to the public, aim to bridge the "digital divide" by encouraging local teens and adults to collaborate, innovate, and make.

COMMUNITY

Oak Hill collaborates with organizations and individuals to develop resident-led initiatives for the improvement of our neighborhoods through community organizing and development. This includes neighborhood beautification; creating garden and small farm plots, arranging for demolition of dilapidated structures, and other revitalization efforts. Local organizations are welcome and encouraged to utilize our community space for meetings, events, and activities.

THINK

A Makerspace is a community center with tools. They are the foundation of a world-wide "maker movement" where workers, inventors, hobbyists, tinkerers, artisans, makers, hackers, designers, students, teachers and do-it-yourselfers can collaborate on a wide range of projects.

BUILD

The Oak Hill MakerSpace supplies workshops for 3D printing, electronics, metalworking, woodworking, aquaponics, organic agriculture and composting, sewing, and many others. Members and residents are able to use any equipment they are qualified to operate at minimal cost.

SHARE

The Oak Hill MakerSpace supports start-up businesses in the incubator that cannot afford to own and maintain expensive, but essential, equipment. Interested and motivated people can utilize the available tools and equipment to cooperate, collaborate, innovate, and make.

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