Hi Fellow Wikimedians,
The Community Resources team and the Let’s Connect Working Group are
excited to announce the launch of the Peer Learning Program – Let’s Connect
It is a response to requests gathered during the Movement Strategy process
and for building capacities through knowledge sharing amongst community
members (peers) in a way that promotes collaboration and
Let's Connect is bringing you monthly learning clinics and one-on-one
matches around various subjects in the Wikimedia movement. This program is
carefully created with the involvement of community members scattered all
over the various regions in the Wikimedia Movement. The programs can be
based on both regional and cross-regional connections.
Do you want to join? You can register to be a part of the “Let’s Connect”
through this form <https://forms.gle/eySNYTsMBqA5V8sM7>. We will use this
information to match you with others and invite you to learning clinics!
To reach out to anyone on the working group or the WMF concerning “Let’s
Connect” kindly visit the Meta-Page
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:Knowledge_Sharing/Connect> or you
can send an email to the Working Group at letsconnectteam(a)wikimedia.org.
We look forward to engaging with the wonderful Wikimedia movement and we
thank our working group, WMF and Wikimedians across the world for making
sure these programs come to life.
“Let’s Connect” Working Group.
 Registration Form <https://forms.gle/eySNYTsMBqA5V8sM7>
 Let's Connect Meta Page
 Let's Connect Diff Posts
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it to additional terms. For more information on privacy and data-handling,
see the survey privacy statement
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