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    We’re Hiring!

    November 8th, 2019  |   Michael Sauers, Director of Technology

    Do Space seeks community members who are passionate about serving the Omaha community and leading Do Space into the future. You don’t have to be a technology expert to get involved; you just need a desire to help other people. Join us and become a part of one of the most innovative community technology projects in the country. MEMBERSHIP CLERK Apply today to be a part-time Membership...
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    Learning About the Season At Littles Lab!

    November 7th, 2019  |   Kimberly Hwa Davis, Community Learning Specialist

    As the weather changes from warm breezes to chilly winds, we are learning about the seasons in Littles Lab! Littles Lab is a free program for 3 to 5 year olds we offer twice a week on Tuesday and Saturday mornings, both at 9:30-10:15. Every month is a different theme which we explore with different STEAM activities. Throughout November, we will be learning about the changing seasons with legos,...
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    We’re 4 Years Old – Time to Party!

    November 7th, 2019  |   Rachel Evans, Operations Manager

    Do Space opened 4 years ago this month and over this time we've seen so much growth! For a few examples we've seen since we opened:   To celebrate this wonderful anniversary we're hosting an Open House! All are invited this Saturday, November 9th from 1pm - 3pm.  We will be demoing our BRAND NEW Taz Pro 3D printer Showing off the newest tech kits and robots that will be...
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    Lulzbot Taz Pro 3D Printer

    October 22nd, 2019  |   Kristina Jonker, Community Technologist

    Here at Do Space, we’re all about keeping up with the latest technology. That’s why we’ve leveled up our 3D Lab with a new 3D printer...introducing the new Lulzbot Taz Pro! The Taz Pro features two active-lifting hot ends, meaning you now have the ability to print in two colors or materials at one time! It uses hardened steel components, meaning it can use more abrasive materials...
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    Mayku Formbox

    October 22nd, 2019  |   Kristina Jonker, Community Technologist

    Take your crafting to new heights with new technology at Do Space! Introducing the Mayku Formbox, a desktop-sized, easy to use vacuum form machine, available now for use in our 3D Lab. Vacuform has many potential applications for hobbyists and entrepreneurs alike. The most common use is making custom molds for everything from plaster casting to chocolate making. It can also be used to...
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    Holiday Hacks from Do Space

    October 17th, 2019  |   Rachel Evans, Operations Manager

    Somewhere between the pumpkin-spiced everything in the stores and the now hunting for my lost winter gloves I'm reminded how the seasons have officially changed and soon we'll be into some major holiday seasoning. For those new to Do Space, you might not know we feature different 'Holiday Hacks' happening over the next few months the whole family will love! Starting with our first: Glowing...
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    START OMAHA WORK WEEK

    September 25th, 2019  |   Weston Thomson, Director of Community Learning

      The Start Omaha Work Week, October 7-11, provides local entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses a dedicated focus-week to tackle challenges and pain points in their venture, and walk away with new tools and concepts to help them move forward. Partnering organizations including (but not limited to) Nebraska Enterprise Fund, SCORE, Small Business Administration, and Dundee Venture...
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    Mystery Code Society

    August 15th, 2019  |   Weston Thomson, Director of Community Learning

    Do Space is partnering with Mystery Code Society to bring coding classes to girls in grades 6-12. This October we will launch a six-week JavaScript course where students will learn code fundamentals in JavaScript, including variables, conditionals, methods, loops, and objects and events. Additionally in January, we are launching a twelve-week game development program for girls where they...
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    We’re Hiring!

    July 18th, 2019  |   Michael Sauers, Director of Technology

    Do Space seeks community members who are passionate about serving the community and leading Do Space into the future. You don’t have to be a technology expert to get involved; you just need a desire to help other people. Join us and become a part of one of the most innovative community technology projects in the country. COMMUNITY LEARNING SPECIALIST Apply today to be a part-time...
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    Fellowship Update: Welcome to HerHeadquarters!

    July 16th, 2019  |   Carina Glover, Do Space Fellow

    This time a year ago, HerHeadquarters was only in its design stage. I remember meetings, emails, and calls discussing the smallest details like which shade of blue to use and which icons would be clearer. Here we are, a year later, with a launched platform in four major cities - Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, and Omaha.  While so much has happened in the past 12 months, these last 6 weeks...
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