localtalent at gmail.com
Mon Nov 27 22:30:03 UTC 2017
Come as you are, with whatever you have. Tuesdays always have some people
hanging out and hacking on stuff, or just general chatting. We'd love to
have you. We're here until pretty late, generally.
On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 4:55 PM, Josh Kivijarv <jkiv189 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Hack Manhattan community!
> I'm reaching out to you today as a young engineer and brand new maker, in
> need of a community in which I can grow. Coming fresh out of college (I
> attain my bachelors degree in mechanical engineering two weeks from today),
> I leave the traditional four year education system feeling that I am still
> missing out on something.
> Not long ago I came to the very sudden realization that the maker movement
> contains exactly what I need in order to grow. After hearing of it from a
> friend, I prepaid my membership for TechShop Brooklyn with what can only be
> described as explosive enthusiasm. For two weeks I crammed my schedule with
> as many TechShop classes as could fit; I was in my happy place.
> Unfortunately, as some may know, this space came to a sudden and sad end.
> But it ignited my fire for making, and even more so for a tight knit
> community of makers. Looking at the Hack Manhattan website, I am truly
> hopeful that your community can be that space, and that I can help enrich
> your community in return.
> I saw on the meetup page that there is a Tech Tuesday open house tomorrow.
> Because of my work schedule I wouldn't be able to make it until at least
> 7:30, and because of the logistics of carrying everything around, the most
> I could bring is my computer (none of my project stuff is particularly
> portable at the moment). But I just wanted to ask if this is alright to
> come by and get to know the community anyway.
> I know that is quite a long intro, but that's me and I'd really look
> forward to hearing from and meeting you guys! Thanks for your time!
> All the best
> Josh Kivijarv
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