Learning Through Making (LTM) is a non-profit educational start-up. Our objective is to educate future innovators, to inspire them to design, build, code and reach for the stars. We want to engage students and teachers, alike, to develop solutions that will solve global challenges, one piece at a time. We host camps and workshops at schools and other educational institutions; we are combining our technical expertise with our passion for education to reimagine K-12 education and revamp informal learning.

  • We can all Design
  • We can all Build
  • We can all Code
  • We can all Learn
  • We can all Innovate


Our mission is to advance informal learning using state-of-the-art educational tools. We want to build a partnership with educational institutions and bridge the gap to take students from schools to colleges to the real world. We want to inspire students and educators to raise the bar for STEM education and engage students in kinesthetic learning. We believe that our future problem-solvers are out there and we want to empower them.

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."

Nelson Mandela

Meet Our Team

Sylvester Ashok  PhDPresident

Sylvester received his PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2013. Sylvester is a Research Engineer at Georgia Tech and an Adjunct Professor at The Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU). He is passionate about re-energizing hands-on learning and developing state-of-the-art education platforms. He is an aviation enthusiast and a licensed pilot.

Nate Sirirojvisuth  PhDDirector of Operations

Nate is a Systems Engineer, receiving his PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2012. He is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Integrated Product Lifecycle Engineering Laboratory at Georgia Tech, where he manages various Aerospace Engineering related projects.

Mike Roberts Director of Technology Innovation

Mike is a technology think-tank; his expertise ranges from helicopter aerodynamics to solid-state electronics to sailing. In his free time, he is innovating and tinkering with robots and electronic gadgets. He is also an expert Linux operator, Python programmer, and Information Technology wiz.

Learning Through Making is a 501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Non-Profit Educational Organization