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Page history last edited by Steve 9 years, 10 months ago

 

Following is a list of things we need as we identify, plan and create the events we sponsor:

 

1. Web developer:  We are changing our domain, and always need help with the hosting / updates.  Need advice / services related to this - would like to incorporate links to FaceBook presence, a twitter feed, and other ways to connect. 

- This includes 'owning' our Facebook presence. http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=100000859664960

2. Translators; we sometimes have notecards that we'd like to have translated into european languages (french, italian, dutch, german, spanish, portuguese, swedish, danish, russian, etc.) and asian languages (sanskrit, japanese, chinese, korean).

3. Machinimists; would like a small team of highly creative people who know how to make machinima. We have some short scripts for youtube commercials we would like to put out there, and would also love to have events captured during the events we sponsor.

4. Greeters; we need a core team, globally distributed, that will be hosts on the various sims during the events.  You don't have to join our group, as long as we just have your av names...

5. Marketers:  we are looking for folks who could bring creative energy to marketing events we sponsor. There is also an element of networking with other organizations, and of finding the different ways we can get the word out about our work.  It looks like we may have some interns to help us with this this year!

6. Speakers:  I'm always looking for some interested and interesting people to interview; these interviews are done in the style of a radio show, and audiences within Second Life attend, see images to go along with, and ask questions (in text or voice).  If you are someone or know someone that should be considered, please do let me know at acarson1 (at) gmail.com.

7.  University connections:  I'm looking for groups in universities that may be interested in volunteering work for Peace Train as part of a 'virtual practicum' - a chance to apply peace-building, business, fundraising, marketing, project leadership, etc. skills in a structured way.  Thank you to Old Dominion University for joining with us in 2011!


There are a number of other ways to get involved:

1. Spread the word. Share this site with your friends. We will soon have a larger web presence (we hope!), but for now, we will keep these pages updated as the Peace Train team continues its work.

2. Join the Peace Train group in Second Life.

3. Identify artists, performers, musicians or other donors you know that might like to donate their craft, artwork, or lindens to the effort. Let Siri Vita, Tonks Akina or Cotton Thorne know (in Second Life)!

 

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