Teach a Workshop
MakeHaven is seeking presenters to design and lead workshops about making at MakeHaven. MakeHaven has a large community of people interested in learning about: mechanics, electronics, crafts, art, design, programming, cooking, biology, chemistry, fabrication, metal working and woodworking. For approved workshops MakeHaven will host, help promote the event and handle collection of workshop fees. Many instructors chose to share their knowledge for with free classes workshops and demonstrations. Many instructors may need to generate income from classes. If agreed in advance instructors of group classes earn get 50% of the class income (not including materials fees). So how much you make will depend on the market value of the type of class you’re offering, how many students you can accommodate, and how many of those seats we can fill. Our target is people above 18 years of age so we want to aim our workshops to be appropriate for adults or have adults or include parents or guardians in building with younger people. As a makerspace MakeHaven is a more dynamic environment than a typical classroom and members might be using the space concurrently with a workshop. We have a projector and work areas. The space is best suited for smaller groups (15 or less).
You can propose a class using the Class Proposal Form.
For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
MakeHaven’s Community Facilitator program is a work-exchange program that trades time for membership. You work at MakeHaven 4 hours per week and we give you a free membership, which grants access to tools, community, and all the other benefits of being a member.
MakeHaven is interested in students 18 and older who want to expand their skill set by working on or leading projects in our community of makers.
There are several internships avalible.
Facilitator Support Interns - This intern assists one or more facilitators by being at the space during their hours. They explore the area of work and assist with conducing and organizing events. The Intern also documents activities and blogs about what projects are happening. There is an internship available in each of Electronics, Craft, Fabrication and Woodworking. These are unpaid internships with an expectation of 4 hours of work per week.
Community Outreach Intern - The community outreach intern is responsible for getting the word out about MakeHaven. The intern will do email and social media marketing as well as connecting with community groups to identify candidates for MakeHaven scholarship and recruit workshop instructors. Outreach intern is an 8 hour per week position and unpaid.
Shop Intern - The shop intern assists with organizing and upkeep of the tools in the Makerspace. Previous experience with tools and technology a plus. Internship is 8 hours per week and unpaid.
Interns get free membeship (including access to all learning tools) as a benifit, and are encouraged to work on projects that inspire them and our community.
If you are interested in applying contact us at email@example.com