[IAEP] [support-gang] Does Your Project Need Volunteers?
holt at laptop.org
Fri Apr 4 20:15:30 EDT 2014
In my opinion, here are the TOP 10 COUNTRIES with the most immediate,
meaningful and structured OLPC/Sugar volunteer opportunities today:
- Cambodia - http://cambodiapride.org
- France - http://olpc-france.org
- Ghana - http://ghanatogether.org
- Haiti - http://unleashkids.org/category/haiti
- Kenya - http://google.com/search?q=ntugi and
- Lesotho - http://laptopstolesotho.org
- Malaysia - http://olpcbasecamp.blogspot.com
- Nepal - http://olenepal.org
- Peru - http://escuelab.org and Puno
- USA - Charlotte & countless opportunities, contact me
There are others of course! For the right people -- in any case, diverse
hardware/software and educator/mentoring skill-sets are ALWAYS needed :-)
Plz write me personally if you find great/resourceful/resilient people of
any age who would like to be set up with a mentor, folks with an
unquenchable curiosity who know how to live off the grid or not -- but
who've already reviewed http://olpcMAP.net and others' experiences within
deployment blogs like http://planet.laptop.org etc. And if so ask them to
include their resumes and what languages they speak, thanks so much !!
Unsung Heroes of OLPC, interviewed live @ http://unleashkids.org !
On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 7:01 PM, Caryl Bigenho <cbigenho at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks!
> Next week I will be the "guest speaker" at the San Gabriel Valley Linux
> Users Group meeting. My topic is to be Open Source Software in education...
> including information about how to volunteer with various OLPC projects,
> large and small. This is where I could use some help.
> If you are involved with any kind of OLPC or Sugar Labs project that can
> use volunteer help, please let me know! This can be deployments of all
> sizes and software and/or hardware projects. Include with your information
> the usual "5Ws and the H" ...
> - Who can volunteer?
> - What would you need/want them to do?
> - When can they do it? ... including anytime, specific times, etc?
> - Where can they do it? ... including traveling somewhere and simple
> online projects as well
> - Why is this project important and/or why help is needed?
> - How can they get involved and how can they get more information?
> It would be nice to include photos, screen shots, etc as well. Special
> language requirements would be helpful too.
> When I get this info I can put together a slide presentation... save it to
> pdf and make it available to any of you who would like to use it for local
> recruitment of volunteers. I can also put it into an online document that
> we can house somewhere... maybe on the OLPC wiki with a link on the Sugar
> Labs wiki or vice versa.
> Thanks! I look forward to hearing from many of you,
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> support-gang at lists.laptop.org
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