A community call lead by the Community Development Team: Apply to present your work!

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Hello everyone, 

The Community Development team will be leading its second community call on May 25th, 2022 @ 15:00 UTC – 16:30 UTC on zoom

You can join the call on the scheduled date and time here

This will be our second community call! Read the first community call please visit our  meta page.  The Community Development team would like to provide the opportunity for volunteers who are interested in presenting their current  work related to capacity building. The allotted time for speakers is 5-10 minutes each.

What is expected in the call? 

We invite presenters to share about past/current projects/ programs or training that have taken place or are currently happening in their community.

We also invite volunteers to connect about community projects they would like to share or need. The Community Development team would like to encourage this call to be a safe space to share ideas, ask questions and get to know more Wikimedians from all parts of the movement. 

If you are interested in speaking at the call, please sign up here. Although the primary language of the call is English, we are committed to providing simultaneous translation to the best of our ability.  Please use the same sign up sheet to indicate your language preference so that we can do our best to  accommodate translation support as needed. 

To participate in the community call: 

  • Second community call: May 25, 2022 from 15:00 – 16:30 UTC on Zoom
  • Sign up to speak at the second community call. The application closes on May 18th, 2022.  
  • Use the sign up sheet to confirm your interest to speak on the call here.

We are excited to see and hear from you in our call! If you have any questions, please feel free to email the Community Development team at comdevteam@wikimedia.org. 

Thank you,

The Community Development team

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