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Federal Work Study Student Assistants

The Textile Makerspace is looking for student assistants with federal work-study eligibility, to work 3-10 hours/week, primarily in afternoons and evenings. The Textile Makerspace in Pigott Hall (260-238/108) is home to several sewing machines, a serger, coverstitch, embroidery machine, and multiple knitting machines. We also have supplies for knitting, crochet, hand embroidery, and needle felting, as well as multiple looms. Students assistants supervise the Textile Makerspace during its open hours, and support the users of the space when they have questions about the machines. Occasionally, student assistants also run workshops. Student assistants are expected to have some prior experience with basic sewing, and ideally at least one other method (e.g. advanced sewing, crochet or knitting, needle felting, etc.) There are opportunities to learn additional methods on the job. To apply, please send a brief paragraph about yourself and your experience with textile making to Textile Makerspace Director Quinn Dombrowski at Please double-check that you have federal work-study eligibility before applying.

Professional Staff

AI Learning Studio Manager

The Stanford Accelerator for Learning (SAL) seeks a full-time Studio Manager to oversee operations and programming of our new AI maker space (tentatively known as the AI Learning Studio). In collaboration with faculty and students, the Studio Manager will be responsible for creating and sustaining an AI learning program in which individuals from all levels of experience can explore approaches to learning that leverage new AI tools. This person will collaborate well with students and faculty as well as technical staff in a fast-paced, project-based environment. If you enjoy engaging with and supporting a diverse community of learners, we want to hear from you!