SPUG: Any work at nonprofits?
humbaba9 at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 19 00:01:04 CST 2001
Hi Scott & All,
Seattle is going to have the fanciest .org Web sites
in the world (if we don't already)! I just did some
volunteer work for Seattle National Organization for
Women (they could probably use more help), and I'm
doing some pieces of work for a few environmental
My thoughts were exactly the same as yours: I'd
rather be beefing up my portfolio with free and nearly
free work than let my skills get stale.
I wouldn't mind hearing about more 501C3 or 501C4
opportunities, either. At least I can use the
"donation" to lower my taxes!
--- Marion Scott Warner <warner at oz.net> wrote:
> OK, the longer I'm out of work, the more programming
> skills I forget.
> Our there any non-profit organizations in Seattle
> that use open source
> platforms, web based systems, and Perl. I may as
> well be doing something
> constructive in the programming department while I
> wait for the
> employment outlook to improve.
> Scott W.
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