Be a Maker Club
Product Design Intern
I worked on Tinkercad mostly (an online 3D modelling software for children) to create project pairs for children's 3D printing classes. They would have 2 projects a week, one that was less complex and one that was a bit more complex. Very simple modelling software, just about being creative in creating projects that fit within the constraints of the project.
Would recommend it to people who...
Are knowledgeable about 3D printing, want a more product design focused internship
Would NOT recommend it to people who...
If you don't like working with children
Impact of work
How much knowledge or experience was needed going in (pre-requisites)?
Time spent working
How did working remote affect your experience?
I really didn't have that much work at all when I worked there (maybe about 2-3 hours a week). I definitely think I would've gotten more out of being in-person (being able to learn the technology behind 3D printers, work with children hands on in 3D printing)
Advice on how to prepare
Just asks about a previous project in your portfolio and what you learned from it.
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