About Maya Makker

As Educator, Community Programs, Maya Makker develops hands-on workshops and engaging events that educate the public about computer history. Maya joined the Museum in October 2014, and is responsible for connecting with community partners to widen CHM’s reach and impact. A native of the California Central Valley, Maya received a bachelor’s degree in US History from the University of California, Davis, and a master’s degree in Museum Studies from University College London.

Articles by Maya Makker(2)

Adventures in CHM Interning, Part 2

Adventures in CHM Interning, Part 2

 Sep 06, 2016 Behind the Scenes, Education
The Computer History Museum inspires people from all over the world every day, and this summer, the Museum became a place where 18 high school students engaged with history, explored their passions, and discovered their strengths. This is part two of two of CHM’s High School Internship Program blog series, compiled and written by an editorial taskforce of the Museum’s 2016 interns. Read More
Adventures in CHM Interning, Part 1

Adventures in CHM Interning, Part 1

 Aug 30, 2016 Behind the Scenes, Education
The Computer History Museum inspires people from all over the world every day, and this summer, the Museum became a place where 18 high school students engaged with history, explored their passions, and discovered their strengths. This is part one of two of CHM’s High School Internship Program blog series, compiled and written by an editorial taskforce of the Museum’s 2016 interns. Read More