(Photo by Stephen Babcock)
Now the Station North makerspace is providing space to make some money.
On August 11, Open Works is hosting a youth maker pop-up shop. It’ll give the public a chance to purchase handmade items from teen entrepreneurs.
Support budding entrepreneurs at Open Works' Youth Maker Pop-Up Shop on Saturday, August 11th from 10 am – 4 pm.
Interested in vending? Applications are open until Monday Aug. 6: https://t.co/8FUDpJPglH
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— OpenWorksBmore (@OpenWorksBmore) July 26, 2018
Open Works is accepting applications for the vendor spots from youth from across the city, according to Open Works General Manager Will Holman. Entrepreneurs from ages 13-19 can apply by August 6. Find a link to the application below.-30-
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