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Hosts Nick Raymond (2012, top left), Em Mota (2013, top right), Paloma Fautley (Halloween, with Karlee Tucker as Luigi), and YOU (2014)!

Hosts Nick Raymond (2012, top left), Em Mota (2013, top right), Paloma Fautley (Halloween, with Karlee as Luigi), and YOU (2014)!

Maker Camp is looking for a dynamic host for our daily talk show that connects top makers with campers all over the world to build the best summer ever.

We’re looking for you. You’re a maker. You may hack your appliances. You may have Arduinos tucked in your t-shirts. You wear the title “Geek” with honor. You might look at Tesla coils and think, I could do that.

Em Mota behind the camera.

Em Mota behind the camera.

And when you watch Mythbusters, Cosmos, and Tested.com, you wonder, “How do I get a show like that?”

Last year, campers were taken behind the scenes at Pixar, NASA, and Google. They interacted with Imogen Heap about her musical gloves, master prop-maker Shawn Thorsson, and RobotGrrl with all her latest bots. They made banana pianos, giant spin art, and full-body stop-motion animations.

 

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If you want to take your love of making to the next level, Maker Camp wants you to host our daily hangouts. We’ve got a great production team to make you look your best and help you become the next YouTube superstar.

Check out our 2013 wrap-up video …

… and the kinds of projects we’ve been doing over the past two years:
makezine.com/maker-camp/schedule/

Then apply here to be our new host!
makermedia.com/work-with-us/job-openings/maker-camp-director-on-air-host

 

Michelle "Binka" Hlubinka

Michelle, or Binka, is the Director of Custom Programs for Maker Media, overseeing publications, outreach, and programming for kids, families, and schools. Before joining Maker Media in 2007, she worked at the Exploratorium, in Mitchel Resnick’s Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab, and as a curriculum designer for various publishers and educational researchers. When she’s not supporting future makers, including her two young sons, Binka does some making of her own, most often as a visual artist.


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