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  • 20 years ago, our founder, Tim Bowen, had an idea to introduce kids to the world of engineering through building and playing with LEGO®, when the concept of S.T.E.M. had not even been popularized yet.

    Since then, Play-Well has been lucky enough to teach over 800,000 kids. Here is the story of how a crazy idea became an engineering program for kids that now reaches over 100,000 kids a year all over the United States.

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    Celebrating Over 20 Years of Playing Well

    20 years ago, our founder, Tim Bowen, had an idea to introduce kids to the world of engineering through playing with LEGO®, when the concept of S.T.E.M. had not even been popularized yet. Since then, Play-Well has been lucky enough to teach over 800,000 kids.

  • CBS News came out to the Jar of Hope/Play-Well Event to build the World's Longest LEGO Chain for 7-Year-Old James Raffone. James was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) on September 13th, 2013
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    CBS Report On Jar of Hope/Play-Well World's Longest LEGO Chain Event

    CBS News came out to the Jar of Hope/Play-Well Event to build the World's Longest LEGO Chain for 7-Year-Old James Raffone. James was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) on September 13th, 2013 and his father created Delivery of Hope Day to help bring awareness to DMD.

  • Check out our Play-Well Staff "nerding out" at our summer kick-offs. Our staff members are dedicated to play, education, and most importantly, FUN!
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    Play-Well Staff Nerding Out At Our Summer Kickoffs

    Before the start of our summer camp season each year, we gather all of our staff in the area for our Summer Kickoff events! At each of these events, we share lessons learned, stories of class, build a lot of cool LEGO projects, and of course, act ridiculous.

  • Play-Well TEKnologies is proud to have qualified for the "Great Place to Work" designation! Check out their review of our company, including data collected from our employees:
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    What Is It Like Working At Play-Well?

    In 1997, an engineer had an idea to get kids interested in engineering with LEGO. 18 years later, Play-Well now teaches 100,000 kids/year across the country. In order to grow more nerdy engineers, we are always looking for more nerdy, fun, smart instructors.

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