Volunteers don't get paid, not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.
- Lead As A Trainer
You may be an expert in a specific area of technology. You are welcome to put together a training to share that expertise and experience with younger engineers and students. IEDF will support you in preparing the training material, managing publicity and sourcing the venue.
- Help As A Facilitator
If you are not yet confident to lead a complete training workshop, you can assist in a supporting role. You can interact with participants. You can help in necessary research and pre-training preparations.
- Guide As a Mentor
IEDF welcomes students to take up projects. You can become a mentor to these students and guide them technically. It is common for our mentors to have regular Skype calls with students and occasionally meet them for face to face discussions.
- Share As a Blogger
Some of you may be interested in writing. You are welcome to contribute original articles on technology to our blog. Perhaps you read something interesting. Perhaps you attended a conference and would like to express your opinions. Don't worry if you're not confident of your writing skills. Send us the content and our editors will be happy to improve it on your behalf.