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Learn How To Apply For A Makerspace Scholarship Key City Creative Center owner Tim Hitzler gives Matthew Kane, of Dyersville, Iowa and Samantha Schultz, of Dubuque, Iowa, a tour of the Dubuque space. Kane and Schultz were awarded memberships to the center to develop skills and training, thanks to a partnership between Dupaco R.W. Hoefer Foundation, Dupaco Community Credit Union and the Dubuque makerspace. (E. Kress/Dupaco photo)

Learn how to apply for a makerspace scholarship

Want to learn how to make something? Create projects with others? Maybe even start your own business?

The Key City Creative Center is a unique collaborative makerspace in Dubuque, Iowa, where members create, learn and share ideas. Members can access a variety of tools, equipment and classes, including woodworking, welding and pottery.

And now, through a partnership between KCCC and Dupaco, two nonrenewable scholarships will be awarded.

Apply for a makerspace scholarship

Each winner will receive an annual membership to the makerspace.

Applications are due by 5 p.m. (CT) Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Two applicants will then be chosen to apply for membership. The winners will be announced on or before Saturday, Dec. 19.

View the makerspace scholarship program rules

Another way to access KCCC

The credit union also partners with the makerspace to provide Dupaco members 20% off your KCCC membership when you pay with a Dupaco check or make automatic payments from your Dupaco account.

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