eNewsletter Chief Editor Needed – Space Elevator
As the ISEC is a 501 [c] 3 organization, it lives and breaths with its volunteer force. Merriam-Webster defines a volunteer as:
We have a marvelous team working to support our vision and goals with minimal requirements upon each. We meet once a year at the International Space Elevator Conference and then we work “long-distance” with each other on projects of mutual interest. Some of those are research, history, studies, experiments, and supporting higher educations [STEM]. Every once in awhile, we need new support for different projects. Recently, we elected a new Board of Directors member [Michael “Fitzer” Fitzgerald] and we formed new teams for membership, social media and the new web presentation. Each of these projects is moving forward aggressively; however, we continually need new blood and new excitement added to the mix. I was hoping that one of our readers would love to jump into the mix and volunteer for our most recent significant need:
Chief Editor for the eNewsletter
What does this entail? Essentially, the Chief Editor would gather inputs from other volunteers for regular inputs to the newsletter. We have several volunteers who submit each month – Pres’s corner, Why, History, Research, Studies, and Architectural Notes. With this small team, the newsletter has an interesting set of articles with multiple thrusts each month. The Chief Editor would be responsible for ensuring inputs are presentable, then insert them into a standard format [can improve this of course], and then publish on our software for eNewsletter release. The 11,000 readers are expecting something each month to pique their interest and challenge their ideas.