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Wilson Library's Makerspace

Program Description

Interns will be trained with using the 3D printer, laser cutter, as well as basic circuit design using the RasperryPi and the Arduino microcontrollers. This can usually take between 3 - 6 hours of training. Afterwards, interns will be assigned projects such as 3D printing or lasercuting marketing giveaways for the library. More in-depth projects will then be assigned based on the interns' interest and skill set such as designing an application that would solve a problem for the library and/or community.

Highlights from 2022 Summer Intern

Designed by senior student from Diamond Bar High School, Jason Kim, A LED 5X5X5 Light Up Cube.


How to Apply

Submit a one paragraph statement on why you are interested in interning at the Makerspace via email to Amy Jiang: Please include your statement and a resume when submitting your email.

Internship Schedule

Internships starts on a day that we assign to the student based upon their availability and our Makerspace staff availability. Our Interns will be expected to input at least 3 hours of training per week for two weeks. After the initial training, the students are then expected to come in 2 - 3 hours per week to work on the projects for an additional 2 - 4 weeks depending upon the project scope.