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Updated Dec. 30, 2021, at 10:30 a.m. CT
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.
The application is now closed.
Applications were due by 5 p.m. (CT) Tuesday, Nov. 30.
Two applicants have been awarded memberships. Rachel Spurling and Jessica “Ora” Uzel, both of Dubuque, were selected among applicants to receive the non-renewable, annual memberships.
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.