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Welcome to our Newest Instructor Trainers!

Fourteen new Carpentries Instructor Trainers have been badged!

Thank you for contributing to Glosario!

Following up on Hacktoberfest 2020 and the first Glosario contribution drive.

Giving Tuesday at The Carpentries

Here are some of the many ways you can contribute to The Carpentries

Meet The Carpentries Feedback Facilitators

We have now selected and onboarded our first cohort of community facilitators, focussing on feedback facilitation. Read about them in this post.

Election for the 2021 Executive Council

The election period for the 2021 Carpentries Executive Council opens Monday November 30

Welcome Rabea Müller, Regional Coordinator for the DACH Region

Introducing our newest Regional Coordinator

Apply to Join The Carpentries 2021 Mentoring Program!

Become a mentor or mentee for first cycle of 2021 Mentoring Groups!

Why give to The Carpentries?

The Carpentries Executive Director provides insight on The Carpentries fundraising campaign

Announcing our new Maintainer Community Lead

Join us in welcoming Daniel Chen as our new Maintainer Community Lead!

Expanding The Carpentries Community in California

Read on for a recap on efforts to develop the Carpentries in academic libraries in California, US

A Call to Action: Donate to The Carpentries

Support The Carpentries $30K Individual Contributions Fundraising Goal

Call for Pilot Workshops: Introduction to Conda for (Data) Scientists

Help with the further improvement of this lesson from The Carpentries Incubator

Updates to Our Platinum Membership Tier

We’re updating the pricing structure and benefits available for our most customisable membership tier.

We are Hiring Three New Team Members. Join Our Team.

Job Opportunities With The Carpentries

Teaching a Library Carpentry Workshop in Southern California (and the Virtual Yonder)

This post covers instructors' experiences teaching a virtual Library Carpentry workshop in August 2020

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