Jewelry designer and entrepreneur Kendra Scott has helped women dress for success as they headed into the job search, and now she's helping an all-new group of women - young girls at the Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York! "They really help these girls develop themselves for the future," Kendra explains, "through programs that provide self-esteem, mentoring, entrepreneurial skills; it's just an incredible organization that sets an incredible foundation for these kids for years to come." Watch the video from Rachael Ray above to see Kendra teach a few budding jewelry designers how to make jelly bean rings!
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This episode of Make: Live was broadcasted from World Maker Faire New York and featured the announcement of the winners of the First Annual Make Magazine Industry Maker Awards, otherwise known as the Makeys. We also talked to a few makers exhibiting at Maker Faire. Richard Carter and his sea-life covered art car called Sashimi Tabernacle Choir, Sam Blanchard showed his Polaroid Matrix Flipbook creator, Breck Baldwin from Brooklyn Aerodrome flew his scratch-built planes, and Dave Pentecost showed off Dogzilla by Renee Laster and the Lower East Side Girls Club.
The 2nd Annual Holiday Cookie Swap and Bake-Off took place Saturday, December 18, at La Vie Restaurant and Lounge in the East Village of Manhattan. Proceeds from the event went to the Girls Club’s job training programs.