Read and respond to the post here: https://publiclab.org/notes/stevie/08-06-2019/seeking-hardware-fellow-for-oil-gas-water-fellowship-trio
Starting: September 16th Commitment: roughly 15-20 hours/week (200 hours over approx. 8-12 weeks) Fellowship Stipend: $2,500 Where: This fellowship is not location-restricted, however strong preference will be given for applicants in Providence, RI
Public Lab is a community, supported by a 501(c)(3) non-profit, that develops and applies open-source tools to environmental exploration and investigation. By democratizing inexpensive and accessible do-it-yourself techniques, Public Lab creates a collaborative network of practitioners who actively reimagine the human relationship with the environment.
This Fellowship is part of the Oil & Gas Water Fellows Trio and is an opportunity to advance real-world outcomes of open science hardware used by people to monitor the environmental impacts of the oil & gas industry.
The major goals of this Fellowship are to:
1.) Create documentation of Public Lab water quality monitoring tools to make the tools more accessible to others. Tools will include Arudino-compatible sensors from the DF Robot collection,
2.) Develop activities relevant to oil and gas monitoring that can be replicated by others, and
3.) Work in collaboration with the Monitoring Methods and Community Fellows to draft and compile materials for a “Research Area Review” on Water Quality Monitoring on PublicLab.org.
This role may be for you if you are:
This Fellowship will be hosted through Public Lab. Public Lab is committed to a diverse, multicultural work environment. We encourage people with different ability sets, people of color, and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions, and identities to apply.
Send a resume and the answers to the questions below in a single document to jo...@publiclab.org by August 29th. Please specify which fellowship you are applying for in the subject line of your email. No phone calls, please.
1.) Why are you interested in this Fellowship? What about working on this issue intrigues you?
2.) How would your experiences benefit your work as a Fellow?
3.) If awarded the Fellowship, what would you hope to learn, and what would you hope to accomplish?
Respond to the post here: https://publiclab.org/notes/stevie/08-06-2019/seeking-hardware-fellow-for-oil-gas-water-fellowship-trio
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