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Open Works Baltimore | Digital Inclusion Maker Fellowship Application

Hey Makers! Baltimore is looking for a few good makers at Open Works Baltimore!

Open Works is excited to offer a new program dedicated to increasing digital equity in Baltimore, Maryland through the creation of a Digital Inclusion Maker Fellowship Program.

Their NEW Maker Fellowship program provides 1 year of membership, studio space, safety classes, & professional development coaching. In exchange, Fellows must provide 200 hours (10% of a work-year) of education and programming back to the community.

The Open Works Maker Fellowship Program will expand access to high-speed internet and digital literacy education for underserved populations including seniors, ethnic minorities, and low-income residents of Baltimore City, with a particular focus on digital fabrication technologies.

Maker Fellows will spend a year at Open Works growing their personal making practices while dedicating 200 hours of their fellowship time to supporting Open Works members. Fellowship hours include but are not limited to helping members in shops, teaching classes, and "maker support" sessions, assessing and problem-solving current digital equity challenges with Open Works staff. Fellows will be a resource to those new to using makerspace tools as they build confidence using digital and analog tools and develop their personal making practices.

Applicants can apply via: Application deadline is July 5th.

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