Want to go to Maker Faire but can't afford the entry ticket?
Can afford the ticket, but you know you'll have more fun if you're
involved and not just a spectator?
Waited until the last minute and now all the crews are full?
Arduino is looking for a few volunteers for our hands-on activity tables
at Maker Faire.
We need volunteers who can stand at the booth, demonstrate, and answer
"What is Arduino? What can I do with it?"
"How does it work?"
"What's new from Arduino?"
"Can I get Massimo Banzi's autograph?"
"Why doesn't my board work?"
Must be able to walk a complete novice through the process of uploading
a sketch to an Arduino, show a novice how to make simple code changes,
and how to use a solderless breadboard with simple sensors (perhaps only
light sensor) and actuators (perhaps only LEDs).
Have a cool Arduino project to show off? You are welcome to bring it.
In exchange for 4 hours of volunteering, you get free admission to the
event the rest of the day you work. You'll also get a limited edition
Arduino Maker Faire NY 2012 T-shirt, and a surprise Arduino model from
Massimo's bag of goodies.
If you're interested, contact Michael Shiloh <m.shi...@arduino.cc>.
You are welcome to forward this message to anyone interested.