[Campus-princeton-staff] Teaching open source in Princeton (NYC-ish) area, Sun 11/24
kye at princeton.edu
Sat Nov 23 04:27:10 UTC 2013
Thanks so much for volunteering! I believe Shauna's forwarded you all the
relevant information, so let me know if you have any questions on
curriculum or transportation. Could you fill out this form (
http://goo.gl/F6e1ox) and provide us with your GitHub handle?
On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 5:31 PM, Shauna Gordon-McKeon
<hello at openhatch.org>wrote:
> Hi Alec! That's great. Thank you so much for helping us out.
> My understanding is that the event is not super close to the Princeton
> train station, but that our student organizers will be picking people up
> from the train station. Emails just went out on the list yesterday with
> more information about what to expect at the event, as well as travel
> suggestons. I'm going to go and forward those to you after I send this
> Of note: the email on "what to expect at the event" asks if you're
> interested in leading a git-based activity, being on the career panel,
> and/or being a "project lead" (that is, working with students on an open
> source project that you maintain or otherwise know very well.) You don't
> have to do any of those things, but if you'd like to, let us know and we'll
> go over what that involves in more detail.
> I'm also cc-ing our staff list for the event. You should be added to that
> list shortly. They'll coordinate picking you up.
> - Shauna
> On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 10:53 AM, Alec Story <astory at google.com> wrote:
>> I should be able to make it. Is the event reasonably close to the
>> Princeton train station?
>> On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 10:22 PM, Asheesh Laroia <hello at openhatch.org>wrote:
>>> Hi Alec,
>>> We need people to be volunteer teachers/TAs at Princeton University, for
>>> an Open Source Comes to Campus event run by the Princeton Women in CS
>>> group! Can you help out?
>>> Some details:
>>> This event is run by Princeton Women in CS, and Asheesh and I are
>>> helping out remotely since we're based in SF and Boston respectively. We
>>> need local staffers who are able to generally help attendees get computers
>>> setup with git and the like, who are willing to help students understand
>>> bugs in open source projects so they can contribute, and to generally be
>>> friendly and welcoming ambassadors to the free software world.
>>> When: November 24 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
>>> Where: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ (some travel reimbursements
>>> may be available; we're nailing that down now
>>> Event website: http://princeton.openhatch.org/
>>> Are you available to be a volunteer? I've set the Reply-To to our
>>> general contact address, so all of us at OpenHatch can see your reply and
>>> send it along to the Princeton organizers! We'll work together to find you
>>> a way to help out that will suit your strengths and help the event.
>>> And if you know others who might be interested, tell us who they are and
>>> we can get in touch! (Or forward yourself.)
>>> Thanks so much!
>>> -- Shauna.
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