[CBT] A letter that gives students credit for contribution- will this help you?

Brian King bking at mozilla.com
Sun Jun 9 15:18:37 PDT 2013


Dia,

This is great, thanks. I'm wondering, would it make more sense to have 
Mozilla's address in the header beside the logo as opposed to (or as 
well as) our individual address in the body.

- Brian

On 5. 06. 13 21:00, Dia Bondi wrote:
> Hi Community Builders,
>
> Last quarter a contributor came to the People Team enthusiastic and
> ready to jump in.  She found a meaningful project within our function
> and was off and running.  Not long after we onboarded her she asked if
> she could earn University units by having me document and vouch for her
> contribution of 90 hours in a 3 month period.  Problem was...there was
> so much language in the verification letter from her U, that I couldn't
> just say yes.  (works like, /internship/ and /work /etc- all no-no's
> from a legal perspective).
>
> So, what did we do?  We got to YES by reaching directly into the
> University and co-creating a "contributor" letter that works for
> everyone.  And, lucky for us, that helped us create the attached
> document.  A boilerplate letter we can all use to engage student
> contributors and give them the opportunity to earn units for their
> volunteer hours in the Mozilla Project.
>
> What does this mean to you and the project?  Connect with campuses in
> your area as a direct funnel for contributors and do it all in "compliance".
>
> Hope this helps you in your getting to YES with student contributors who
> want to get those hours to count on campus.
>
>
> /*Dia Bondi
> *Head of Knowledge Cultivation
> Community Steward, People Team
> @diabondia      IRC: #thejudge
> 707-480-2535
> /
>
>
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