Oct 12, 2012
We are offering not one, not two, but THREE new Makerships for fall / winter 2012-2013! Through private donations from the LVL1 community, we have raised funds to award $100 of project financing and 3 months of LVL1 membership to THREE worthy makers!
The Makership recipient gets $100 for project materials like arduinos, sensors, electronic components, laser cutter materials, conductive fabric, EL wire, software, books, 3D printer filament, tools, bits, odds, ends or whatever else you might need.
The LVL1 membership gives you access to our 40W laser cutter, Makerbot Replicator 3D printers, woodworking tools, electronics tools, metal mill, computers, electronic surplus and much more.
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS IS NOVEMBER 6, 2012 8pm
A Makership is a $100 project stipend and 3 months worth of LVL1 membership dues awarded to an individual in the Louisville area. We recognize that potential makers with limited financial resources often are unable to afford any membership rates- no matter what the discount might be. Similarly, the cost of materials to develop a cool project can be just out of reach to those strapped for cash. Our makership program seeks to eliminate these financial hurdles and get makers making!
We award our makerships to applicants who can put together the best pitch for (1) what they want to make and (2) how they plan to do it. Your project could be anything from an electronic gadget, to an open source software project, to a citizen science project, to a fire-breathing robotic pony, or (hopefully) a project we haven’t imagined. We want LVL1 to be the place where these things are made! LVL1 makerships are open to anyone whom could benefit from our community and resources to make something great.
For more information on applying for a LVL1 Makership click here.
Do you want to see this Makership program succeed? You can help LVL1 provide more Makerships with a small donation of $5/mo. We will announce a new Makership as soon as the donation funds make a new one available! Click the Paypal donate button below to contribute to a Makership: