Are you an Omaha-area educator with an idea that will improve community learning? Apply for the Do Space Innovation Fellowship before the application closes on March 24th!

The Do Space Innovation Fellowship creates opportunities for local teachers, librarians, and educators to create rapid innovation in Omaha. Do Space is offering three fellowships open to teachers, professors, librarians, library workers, and other educators in the Omaha metro area to explore innovative projects within the fields of 3D printing, robotics, and software development. Projects will be designed for local schools, libraries and learning centers to independently administer.

Fellows are provided a $10,000 stipend to cover their time working 30 hours a week at Do Space developing their project. By making their project open source at the end of the fellowship, they also contribute to the community by advancing education for everyone.

Learn more about the program on the fellowship’s information page and share it with an educator today!


About Author
Brian Sarnacki, Community Projects Specialist

Brian is a Community Projects Specialist for Do Space and a graduate of Notre Dame and UNL with degrees in History. He lives with his Chiweenie named Wesley, who owns many adorable sweaters.