Stewards are the lifeblood of our operations at DIYcave. These amazing people help keep the Cave open and functioning by assisting members, maintaining the shops and equipment, and taking an active part in creating our growing community of Makers.
Do you know someone who would make a magnificent Steward or would you be interested? DIYcave will train and equip you to be a Steward and in return for your service, you’ll have access to use the shop for your own creations as well as access to our many classes.
Read what a few DIYcave Stewards have to say about being part of our makerspace…
Testimonials from Stewards:
I became a steward because I love helping people build new skills, and I figured DIYcave was a great place the both share what I know as well as learn from others. – James
The cave has been a great place for me here. It has not only given me a much needed workable art and equipment space but a whole group of warm, generous, talented people. I feel very fortunate to have been given the opportunity to be a steward. I love helping other people learn new skills, especially seeing the school kids discover how much fun making sparks and cutting and welding and creating things out of metal can be. – Anne
I became a steward because as soon as I walked into the Cave, I knew that I had to be a part of what was going on there. I remember walking in and talking to Dave, who gave me a tour of the shop. Immediately, I asked if they were hiring. Dave explained that the stewardship program is volunteer based, and then asked if I was interested. Of course, I was interested. I wanted in!
I like having my comfort zone stretched and expanded. I walk away often feeling I’m empowered with needed vehicles and that I’ve achieved something positive with my day–no matter how insignificant it may be. People gather to share resources and knowledge, work independently, network and build tangible inspiring products. – Sarah
For more information about the Stewardship Program at DIYcave, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Cave and talk to one of the Stewards on duty.
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