MIG Welding 101 instructor Mike Y. teaches in the metal shop at Nova Labs.
Woodshop steward and instructor Frank S. looks over a new woodturner in the woodshop at Nova Labs.
Part of Nova Labs’ raison d’être is to enable people to share their joy of making. Sometimes this happens naturally while you’re working and someone asks “hey, what are you working on?” Other times it’s a bit more structured, and you can really get into the details of your project or skill and how it came to be.
If you have an a cool project or skill to share, and want to make sure other makers never have to think “I wish somebody would have shown me this before when I started making!” then teaching may be for you!
Nova Labs is on the hunt for interesting, personable makers to become instructors! If you need a hand developing your class, we have experienced instructors ready to mentor you and help make sure your class will be awesome. Help Nova Labs grow, get your volunteer hours if you’re working toward becoming a Key Member, and maybe even earn a few dollars back from all that money you spent at the craft store.
Contact Jennyfer Peterson or Patrick Waters (aka Woodshop Cowboy) for more details and help moving to the next level.