Timeline Stories

Choosing projects

The number of participants is directly related to the number of projects you bring on.  A good rough estimate of is 10-12 people per project. This gives a little buffer for people that don’t show up or can’t stay all weekend.  After that you may find teams split up, but..Read more

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Organization Onboarding

Organizations need coaching to get the projects crafted. Here is the on-boarding doc we use: https://docs.google.com/document/d/187Oltq1HRJ6XMxNBVRpvTLovFDICJA-QszA2gvPTNsk/edit?usp=sharing

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Outreach for participants

You’ll be using a number of tactics to reach participants: Email past participants (see next step) Lots of tweets

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Participant Email #2 – Invitation to register

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Participant Email #6 – Details for the weekend plus project details

This email goes to participants only.

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Send Satisfaction Survey

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Final Working Day, Presentations & Hackathon Finale

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First steps

There are a few things to do to get up and off the ground. Secure and confirm your venue for the event. Sketch a plan to fund your event (sponsors, in-kind) From a digital readiness point-of-view: Set the date on the website Have a form (or email address) for project..Read more

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Invitations to Submit Projects

This is when the magic starts to happen. This happens mainly on twitter and we count on retweets and favourites. We’ll also reach out to special partners who are gateways to other audiences to either include the call for projects or just to retweet. All requests are directed to: SUBMIT..Read more

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All Day Working

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