Welcome to MakerSPHERE, a network of makerspaces for the CCSF community in San Francisco.

Check out digital and analog fabrication equipment such as laser cutters, 3D printers and shop tools, and experience modern teaching and learning environments equipped for hands-on learning, collaboration and teamwork.

A big thanks to the CCC Maker initiative from the California Community College Chancellor Office Workforce & Economic Development for supporting the creation of MakerSPHERE at CCSF. 

Fall 2019 - NEW! Check out the STEAM First Year Experience


Science Hall 211

Rosenberg Library 403

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Evans Maker Center
1400 Evans Avenue, SF

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MakerSPHERE Highlights

FALL '19 STEAM First Year Experience

  • Discover your interests with hands-on projects.
  • Tinker with technology, tools, and other fun gadgets.
  • Identify careers, choose a major using resources and strategies.
  • Learn how to find a job: resumes, interviewing, and networking.
  • Get on a pathway to a career or 4 year college.


Join the MakerSPHERE


MakerSPHERE and Maker Studies offer students:

  • Learning by making
  • Makerspace tools and technologies
  • Bringing ideas to life in modern labs and makerspaces
  • Exploration of STEAM careers and pathways

Ready to get started?



CCSF Faculty are invited to MakerSPHERE!

  • Tour of the makerSPHERE locations
  • Learn about makespace equipment and tools
  • Plan a maker project for your students
  • Integrate making curriculm into your course or program
  • Summer 2019 externships related to making and entrepreneurship

Contact us to find out more!
Maura Devlin-Clancy,


Makerspace Equipment and Tools

Digital Fabrication 

  • Universal Laser Cutter
  • Vinyl cutter
  • 3D Printers
  • Heat press

Paper Craft + Engineering

  • X-Acto knives
  • Cutting mats
  • Rulers
  • Bone creaser

Shop Tools

  • Band saw
  • Drill press
  • Hand tools
  • Solding irons


  • Cisco TelePresence
  • Soldering irons and material
  • Glue guns and tinkering materials

For information about accessing makerpsace equipment and tools,
please contact Maura Devlin-Clancy,