Please contact Ryan McKibbin if you currently have Federal Work Study status with MICA and would like to work in dFab. These decisions are officially made in late summer, but it's always good to be ahead of the game. Work-Study techs usually run laser hours, but we try to set asside time each week to work one on one and build up more skills with the intent of training work study to become a student tech. We are primarily looking for Freshmen and Sophomores who would like to grow into a dFab tech position, but will consider upperclassmen on a case by case basis.
Complete applications should be emailed to Ryan McKibbin rmckibbin(at)mica.edu no later than April 17th, 2017. Interviews will take place between April 24 to May 5th.
Cover Letter (1 page single spaced, 12pt) – qualifications, experience, what interests you about this position?
Portfolio of Related Work – website (preferred) or PDF at reasonable resolution. Please provide a brief project description for each piece of work
Research Project Proposal (1-2 pages) – Explain your project and how you intend to use this opportunity to continue your research. How will this research benefit dFab or MICA? How could this opportunity launch your career? Specifically what about dFab will allow you to perform this research?