This weekend I had the privileged of representing Illumivation Studios at Chicago Northside Mini Maker Faire (CNMMF) a spin off of the larger "Maker Faire". For those of you who do not know, "Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement". CNMMF helps to bring the maker community together with chicago's youth. Some of the most exciting things I saw included but were not limited to, cupcake cars, drone planes flying on the school lawn, giant snakes being carried around and hundreds of little kids. Our table did a quick tutorial of how to make silicon molds from 3D printed parts, we demonstrated how to mix two part foam, plastics, and discussed the endless opportunities of mold making. The most exciting part for me was getting to comunicate to parents and children that there is a possibility of having a career that combines art, science and engineering. I would like to continue to get involved with other amazing organizations such as CNMMF that concentrate so heavily on education and giving back to the youth.