Careers in Design and Prototyping
More than just a place to tinker with crafts, makerspaces have become a place for people of all ages to learn new skills and develop interests that can lead to a successful career. For students interested in design and prototyping, makerspaces offer a place to practice the design process, use sophisticated equipment to create prototypes, and collaborate and learn from others. This volume highlights several careers that combine interests in makerspaces and design and prototyping, accentuating different jobs, educational requirements, and job-search tips. Real-life stories of people working in design and prototyping inspire readers to use makerspaces to launch their own successful careers.