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

Alex Wafula xelawafs at gmail.com
Tue Jun 11 09:30:59 PDT 2013

This looks really doable. We have to sit two internship at my university in
Nairobi which are creditable and needed to graduate:

A community based internship (non paid and *beneficial to the local
An industrial internship (paid or otherwise and *focuses on skill sets
learned in class*)

Well, technically speaking I didn't seat for either but our faculty admin
was totally OK with a letter from Mozilla indicating the volunteer work
I've been doing and I'll get my credits this way. I see a first step here
as getting a structure to support student contributors (student ambassadors
program (structure) + webmaker (curricular/program) would be great
complements here) which would probably involve knowing what universities
would require from us to issue credits to student contributors, I suspect
this template alone might be enough; having a badges program to complement
it though would be great.

A place for students to work from for time to time might also come in
handy, probably where local mozillians meet.


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 10:02 AM, Mike Hoye <mhoye at mozilla.com> wrote:

> I've mentioned this privately, but I wanted to air it out on the list as
> well - this going to be a big help with community engagement for a number
> of reasons, particularly around international student events, scholarships
> and other initiatives that are going to pop up in the next year.
> Thanks for doing this.
> - mhoye
> On 2013-06-05 3:00 PM, Dia Bondi wrote:
> Hope this helps you in your getting to YES with student contributors who
> want to get those hours to count on campus.
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