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We are Hiring a Director of Technology. Join Our Team.

Applications received before 20 July at 11:59 PM (anywhere on earth) will receive full consideration.

The Dovetail #4: Updates from The Carpentries Workbench

Community Discussions Coming Up!

Apply to become a Curriculum Advisor

Curriculum Advisors provide high-level leadership for lessons. Apply by 22 July

Incubator Lesson Spotlight: Introduction to Reproducible Publications with RStudio

Help test and improve a lesson teaching researchers skills for reproducible research.

Welcome to our Newest Lesson Maintainers!

Thirty new Lesson Maintainers badged

The Dovetail #3: Updates from The Carpentries Workbench

Working through chopportunities

Introducing The Carpentries Director of Fundraising, Amanda Steele

The Carpentries welcomes Amanda Steele, Director of Fundraising

Join us in welcoming Vini Salazar as our new Maintainer Community Lead!

Announcing our new Maintainer Community Lead

The Dovetail #2: Updates from The Carpentries Workbench

Working through chopportunities

The Dovetail: Updates from The Carpentries Workbench

A strong start to the Beta Phase of The Carpentries Workbench

Now Published: The Carpentries 2021 Annual and Financial Report

2021 Financial and Annual Reports Available - A retrospective on all things Carpentries

Image Processing with Python - Call for Beta Pilot Applications

Host or teach a pilot workshop with a brand new Data Carpentry curriculum

Applications for sponsored Carpentries Memberships open now!

We invite institutions serving underrepresented groups in Central and South America and in Southern Africa to apply for sponsored membership.

Welcome to the 2022 Trainers Leadership Committee!

Meet the people guiding development of our Instructor Trainer community

Community Maintainer Lead: Recap, Update, and What's Next

Some of the projects Dan has been working on along with what's next for the Maintainer community

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