Makers Asylum is a community space where innovators, inventors, creators, and outliers come under one 6000 sq ft of space to bring their ideas to life. Every year they organize S.T.E.A.M School, a project-based experiential learning program in collaboration with the Center of Research & Interdisciplinary, and the French Embassy in India.
The program is focused on bringing together various stakeholders which include entrepreneurs, students, universities and corporate organizations, to work on solving problems that are aligned with the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals.
On December 2018, Hemp Fabric Lab became a part of the S.T.E.A.M School project and mentored young women from across the globe on the benefits of using hemp. It was an interactive session where the participants were challenged to come up with solutions to real-life problems and reduce wastage. They were also taught about having a strong value proposition and marketing strategies to promote their ideas.