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Jul. 7, 2014 12:01 pm

NextFab launches ambassador program

Like NextFab but not a member? The makerspace is now offering free, short-term memberships to those who apply and are chosen.

Corinne Warnshuis is NextFab's first ambassador, shown here with a shelf she made.

(Photo via NextFab)

Always been curious about NextFab but couldn’t afford it or didn’t know where to start? The Graduate Hospital makerspace and home to tech companies, hobbyist hackers and artists has launched an ambassador program. NextFab is now offering free, short-term memberships to those who apply and are chosen.

“We started the Ambassador Program because we recognized people within our community who advocate for NextFab, though they aren’t a part of our organization,” the company wrote in a blog post.

Here's how to apply

NextFab’s first ambassador is Corinne Warnshuis, executive director of Girl Develop It and former Technical.ly events coordinator.

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