Got/Want Skills? Seeking Volunteer Intern/Apprentices - orphans preferred

We're still looking for great people for Instructables. However, there are also some internship opportunities outside Instructables from our extended community. From the illustrious Tim:

I've got several dozen projects to instructable-ize. Come help me do that here in sunny Alameda, California.
There's no pay, but you'll get all the fancy bread and kombucha you can consume and learn a few new tricks in one of the most amazing workshops in the world. The projects involve skills ranging from sewing and caring for bacterial cultures to building computer-controlled machines.

Come try it out for a week or two and see if you like it.

Contact Tim Anderson
robot(at symbol, you know the thing)mit.edu

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maria_AI8 months ago

Hello instrutables, can I get internship opportunities??

traversjul10 months ago

Are you looking for any virtual interns?

хочу работать у вас

PravinK11 year ago

Dear instrutables,I live in India.Can I get internship opportunities ?

CynthiaM41 year ago

hello instrutables! I am just wondering, do you have any office here at Philippines? thanks a lot! I want to know more and be one of your interns.

Kiteman1 year ago

I see you're looking again - are you still on the old air-base?

I've always wondered, do you like kites?

Heh, sort of - my first forays into the internet, back in the last century, were researching for a large cross-curricular project I was putting together, to give a unifying theme to a whole cohort's lessons.

I chose kites, because they could be drawn and drawn on (art), made (technology), written about (literacy), their size and the angles of the string brought in numeracy, and the forces involved in flight brought in science.

If I recall, I even managed to bring in geography and history, as they looked at where in the world different kinds of kite came from, and how they had been used over the years.

Since people in general were advised to stay anonymous at the time (to prevent stalkers in the real world), I chose a name that went with the project.

I have also published a couple of kite-based instructables, if you have the time to trawl back through my projects.


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