9-year-old Jacob Leggette is a bit of a new economy Renaissance maker. He is learning how to design websites at his Baltimore after-school program, he has a black belt in tae kwon do, and he recently got to take a trip to the White House to show President Obama his 3D printed wares at Obama's 6th and final White House Science Fair. Obama blew bubbles from Leggette's 3D printed bubble wand and checked out his sticky toys, while Leggette advised him on the finer points of national STEM education policy. Leggette's advice? Include kids at the top level of decision-making! Obama took this to heart and has proposed the formation of a "kids' STEM advisory group." This is great news for 3D printing education. Thank you, Jacob Leggette, and all of his support team! Read more at 3DPrint.com: https://3dprint.com/130082/jacob-leggette-white-house/