Volunteer Technologist Trailer

September 30, 2022 | 2 minutes read

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Gene Liverman:

Hello everyone, and welcome to the Volunteer Technologist podcast. Many who are technically inclined voluntarily put their skills to use outside of their primary job. My name is Gene, and I am one such a person. By day I take care of networking and servers for a software company and used to do the same in educational environments. By night I handle all the technology needs for my local scout district. I've also spent quite a bit of time as a volunteer sound technician and Technology Lead at church. All of this has allowed me to see that a lot happens behind the scenes of our daily lives, and that it's frequently volunteers doing the work. This podcast is a way for me to pull back the curtain a bit so that others can see it too. I hope you'll join me on this journey through scouting, church, community groups, fire departments, families, international aid, prison, and more. The technologies used in these volunteer roles might surprise you. You'll hear about newsletters, websites, networks, sound systems, custom electronics, and anything else that are or those that interview have taken responsibility for. Two common threads you'll likely find between all of these scenarios are passionate people freely giving their time, and a desire to do a lot for as little money as possible. Please take a moment to follow this podcast in your app of choice so that you don't miss new episodes. If you haven't already, now would also be a great time to go to newpodcastapps.com to grab a podcasting 2.0 app such as Fountain. Listening in one of these new apps will allow you to experience several features that aren't present in the traditional ones. You're invited to check out volunteertechnologist.com For more information or to get in touch

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