Future Engineers is an online education platform that hosts national innovation challenges for K-12 students. Future Engineers’ inaugural 3D space challenge series, sponsored by the ASME Foundation with technical assistance from NASA, was created as a joint commitment to the White House Maker Initiative. The series has produced historic achievements including the first student-designed 3D print in space. Future Engineers received a 2016 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the U.S. Department of Education and was named a Breakthrough Award winner by Popular Mechanics in 2015. All challenges are offered free for student/classroom participation and are aligned with STEAM and Maker education.