There are several ways to help with the project, and we are always looking for volunteers.
Interviewing is a rewarding a valuable way to contribute to the project and to preserve a woman's experiences and perspectives across the generations. The Become an Interviewer tab explains the process.
2. Be interviewed.
If you are interested in preserving your life story in archives so that future generations can benefit, please volunteer to be interviewed.
Transcription is the most time-consuming aspect of this project, but it is vitally important. If you wouldn't mind listening to an interview and correcting an automatic transcription (or directly typing out the interview) please let us know. We're happy to explain the process.
4. Formatting and Editing.
Every transcript needs to be formatted and edited before it can go into our archive. We would love for volunteers to add headers, footers, page numbers, etc. to our transcripts.
If you are interested in helping out with any of these opportunities -- whether it be for one hour or forty -- please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form below. She would be happy to guide you through the process.
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