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We are recruiting instructors for the Open Source Microfactory STEAM Camp here. We build open source technology - including tractors, 3D printers, aquaponic greenhouses, etc. Part of the goal is to develop a sustainable pipeline for open source product developement that leverages immersion training and incentive challenges to move open product development forward in a significant way.



See full story at

https://www.opensourceecology.org/ospd-and-steam-camps/ and

If you can recommend instructors, please submit your recommendation at

https://wiki.opensourceecology.org/wiki/The_Invitation

Thanks,
Marcin
 
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Where?
A little blurb on location and history:


The Open Source Ecology experiment was formulated in 2003. The practical experiment began on a 5 acre parcel on the outskirts of Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Networking with early collaborators, the project found its new home on a 20 acre parcel in Osborn, Missouri. In 2006, the project moved to its permanent location in Maysville, Missouri – to Factor e Farm – birthplace of the Global Village Construction Set.
 
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Our home base is Missouri- but for the STEAM Camps - Everywhere! We are looking for instructors to run workshops in their city or nearest city, so that this spreads across the world to make open source production a reality. Our big vision is to transition the economic paradigm from proprietary to collaborative.
 
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What sort of contribution and credentials are you looking for from instructors? What are you looking for us to bring to it?

-CK
 
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