Global Children’s Designathon 2019 at Gould

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Designing the Future!

Saturday, November 16th, Gould Academy will be hosting the Global Children’s Designathon. This is an annual event in its 5th year. Gould will be joining 40 major Cities around the world for this important environmental event. The event starts at 10:00 am and will run to 3:00 pm with a break for lunch. The Designathon will be held in Gould’s Marlon Family IDEAS Center.

Children ages 7-13 are invited to participate in the event, to design solutions for global issues. This year the theme is Food and Climate. The theme will cover several United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

The event is limited to approximately 25 students, so be sure to register soon!

Register Today!

Questions? Reach out to Paul Haberstroh

Paul Haberstroh

B.S., Saint Mary’s College of California
Director of the Marlon Family IDEAS Center
Underwater Robotics Leader
Mountain Biking Coach


Mr. Haberstroh is a passionate Innovation and Design Thinking teacher strongly committed to STEM Education. He comes to Gould with extensive experience developing Innovation Labs and Design Engineering Curriculum. He is very involved in the global Digital Fabrication community and has presented at several Educational Technology Conferences. Equally passionate about athletics and the outdoors, Mr. Haberstroh rowed crew and played rugby at Saint Mary’s College, and is a former competitive mountain bike racer. He lives on campus with his wife, Jean.