From September 2013 until May 4th, 2014, I was entrenched in the first creative challenge in 3D printing to involve public schools, after schools, and private schools. I did it because I know that 3D design and printing can be used to inspire innovation, creativity, collaboration, cultural competency, and humility. I did it because I saw my own daughters were no longer inspired by school. I did it because I wanted to give back to my community. We worked with over 100 kids and 10 coaches over 10 weeks. Then, the kids shared what they learned. This blog will be a reflection of our first season and chronicle what CC3D does to take our pilot national.