WWAT -- Willing Workers in Appropriate Technology networking list.


About WWAT
English (USA)

The purpose of Willing Workers in Appropriate Technology (WWAT) is to link those who are interested in learning various skills in Appropriate Technology fields with those who are interested in taking on workers in an internship or apprenticeship type of arrangement. WWAT is just the initial networking tool; the interested parties work out the details between themselves.

Please introduce yourself to the list. Let us know your interests and skills, or what project you're working on and what kind of skills you require in your helpers, and you might be surprised at the opportunities that show up in your email.

The intent of this list is not so much to be a discussion as a networking tool. In order to make that happen, please send an email that says "Here's what I have to offer, here's what I'm interested in." I suspect that a number of our subscribers haven't gotten to the point of articulating *specifically* what they want to learn. It can be a little daunting, since "appropriate technology" can encompass so many interrelated disciplines.

My suggestion, in light of that, is to write a post anyway. Your interests will become more clear to you as you write it, and as time goes on. Let the others here know what you're interested in, and feel free to point each other to resources that may fill the needs in another's posts.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the WWAT Archives.

Using WWAT
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