Open Volunteer Position: Transcribe Inspiring Conversations and Journeys

Team Info:

Awakin CallEvery week, we have a "Awakin Call" to share insights and inspiration from various corners of the ServiceSpace ecosystem. Typically, the call opens with a circle of sharing, then features a guest speaker and is followed by dynamic Q&A around the emergent themes.

 

Volunteer Role:

Transcribe Inspiring Conversations and Journeys
Help us take our Weekly Awakin Calls, which feature a conversation with a unique guest speaker each week, and edit it into a transcript (with some context about the topic), so it can be shared worldwide, through our blog and other news outlets.

 

More Context:

Background in writing is helpful. This position requires one article per month, and is particularly a good fit for volunteers who gain a lot of insight through the writing process.

 

Sign Up:

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Volunteer Reflections

imageJan 13: Multiple Forms Of Poverty A beautiful quote by Amma -- “In today’s world, people experience two types of poverty: the poverty caused by lack of food, clothing and shelter, and the poverty caused by lack of love...
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imageJan 07: Love Is Innocent !! My Real Experience. ... Love is innocent !! My real experience. I was going to a place in public vehicle. There were 6 people in the vehicle. After some distance. A lady with her small baby entered in the vehicle. She...
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imageJan 09: Sally Mahe: Building A Global Spiritual Citizenship This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Sally Mahe: Building A Global Spiritual CitizenshipReflection questions: Our guest this week was a civics educator who has dedicated her life to building a...
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imageJan 16: Melissa Stephens: Being Who You Needed When You Were This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Melissa Stephens: Being Who You Needed When You Were YoungerReflection questions: Our guest this week is a teacher who lives by the educational philosophy: "Be...
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