Membership at Quelab takes many forms:
- Sustaining Members – Adults 18+ (non-transferable, monthly)
- Friends of Quelab – Adults 18+ (transferable punchcard)
- Associate Members – Youth and Adults 13+ (non-transferable, monthly)
- Children – Youth under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their legal guardian
All members must sign a waiver before using our workshop (and are considered provisional until this is complete) but are welcome to come to hacknights and open events and participate in the Maker community which we are building here in Albuquerque. Check out our Member’s Guide over on our Wiki.
Interested in joining Quelab? Become a Sustaining Member today! You get:
An $80 value for just $40 a month!
Add an Associate Membership (another person at your residence [ages 13+]) for only $20 per person. Choose from the dropdown below.
Friends of Quelab
If you are interested in supporting Quelab, but are interested in supporting us while still getting some of the member-perks, please consider becoming a Friend of Quelab by joining with our Friends Club. We strongly encourage giving these as gifts to people who you think will like Quelab; $20 gets you (or your chosen recipient) all of the following perks for a year.
The face value of the card will get you five vouchers worth $5 each to be used towards event, hacknight and workshop entrance fees, so this card gets you a $25 value for only $20. This card expires annually, but if you use up all of the vouchers, you still get access to the forums until your card expires.
Alternate ways to support Quelab
Additionally, please consider making a tax-deductible donation through our Fiscal Sponsor, the School Factory!
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