This Summer, Do Space encourages our members to explore their creativity and curiosity with challenges and programs to encourage the next generation of inventors. Please join us for the Summer of Invention which will last from June 1st with the Kickoff Party to July 31 but will spark skills that can last a lifetime. Adults, children and families with all levels of experience will be empowered to explore design, innovation, and engineering.  Entrepreneurs and future entrepreneurs will also have opportunities to participate in professional prototype and job seeker programs to help build future leaders of invention.

To foster the spirit of invention, check out some of our upcoming programs:

Is a coding class out of the question for your budget, or are you unable to commit to the class time over many months? Have you tried teaching yourself to code but prefer face-to-face instruction? Say “hello” to code at Do Space this summer! Hello Code is a month-long, introductory course on how to build and design websites using HTML and CSS. Details on how to apply coming soon.

If you are seeking the next level program for the laser cutter or the 3D printer, Do Space invites you to step up your game and scratch the creative itch by signing up for our advanced courses.

Are you a business-minded dynamo with a prototype and a plan? Let Do Space help you on the way to achieving your ambitions with our series on how to secure, share, and sell your unique ideas and inventions this summer.

Do Space’s Reinvent Yourself summer series will assist job seekers of all experience levels with some of the most common hurdles of job-seeking in the online age. Learn about where to find all the best job postings online, how to clean up your Facebook profile, how to handle seemingly endless online job applications like a pro, and more.

And more is to come!  Stay tuned…

About Author
Jessica Johnson, Director of Community Learning
Jessica Johnson is a librarian by trade and an enthusiast of all things handmade. When not at work, she can be found retouching old furniture, curating Internet memes and spoiling her backyard chickens in Elkhorn, Nebraska.