Sponsored by: Project Manus

Do you like making things? Do you want to meet more makers on campus? Do you want to both teach and learn more from your peers?

Then join MakerLodge, one of MIT’s student-run makerspaces. By joining the MakerLodge community, you get the opportunity to be involved in running the shop, teaching freshmen new making skills, and interacting with other makers. Mentors volunteer 4 hours/week teaching freshmen and supervising students and helping them with their projects during open shop hours.

Mentor perks include:

  • Experience
  • Teaching other students
  • Plenty of open shop hours for mentors
  • Learning
  • Opportunities from other students
  • Social events with other shop mentors
  • 24/7 MakerLodge shop access
  • Access to other shops on campus

Machines include:

  • Laser cutters
  • 3D printers
  • Bandsaws
  • Drill presses
  • Glassworking tools
  • Othermills
  • Shopbot CNC Router
  • Soldering irons
  • Sewing machines
  • Vinyl cutters
  • And more!

Questions? Contact MakerLodge at ml-questions@mit.edu

For more information about MakerLodge and to apply to become a mentor, click here.