Read about Chris Sanyk’s first year as a GiveCamp volunteer in the post, Cleveland GiveCamp 2011.
Volunteer Sarah Dutkiewicz (Sadukie) was a project manager for 2 projects at this year’s GiveCamp. You can learn more about her experience, leading up to and during GiveCamp via the following 3 posts. Cleveland GiveCamp 2011 – Sadukie’s Tales, Part 1 Cleveland GiveCamp 2011 – Sadukie’s Tales, Part 2 – Meet Sadukie, the Project Manager […]
When volunteer, Todd Ropog, arrived at GiveCamp he discovered he was assigned to two teams. In the long-run he focused first on one project then was able to assist several other teams as they wound up their sites. Read Cleveland GiveCamp: Report from the Trenches to learn more.
Volunteer Matt Frank worked on the Epilepsy Association’s website using Visual Web Developer and straight HTML. Read about his experience in his post, Cleveland GiveCamp 2010.
Steering Committee member, Mark Schumann, is one of the ringleaders of Cleveland GiveCamp. You’ll often see him behind a podium making announcements or working frantically behind the scenes to make things run smoothly. Read about his experience at GiveCamp in his post, Win: Cleveland GiveCamp.
Read about Josh Schramm’s time building a new site for The League of Women Voters of the Cleveland Area in his post, GiveCamp 2010.
I came to GiveCamp to help out with Social Media. While I did my share of Tweeting, I also tweaked some graphics in Photoshop and discovered my primary role: roving WordPress troubleshooter. You can read about my weekend at GiveCamp in my post, Making the world better, by building better Web sites: Cleveland GiveCamp.
Many people involved with Cleveland GiveCamp write blog posts about the experience. Isaac Helbling took a different approach, he wrote and recorded a song, Give (Cleveland Givecamp 2010) as part of his Stripped of All Restraints music project.