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Anyone can volunteer for NetDay - students, alumni, teachers, parents, grandparents, pediatricians, employees of local businesses. (Don't forget colleges and universities and their affiliated service organizations, which can offer volunteers and technical help.) It helps for schools to have several volunteers with technical expertise, but don't worry if you don't have more than one - most of the work done on NetDay requires no technical experience. Above all, NetDay is a community event, and there's a way for everyone to take part in it.
Encourage volunteers to visit the Net Day Web Site, http://www.netday.org. They'll help attract more volunteers to all schools, including yours.
Here are some of the jobs that the school organizer and the technician can assign to volunteers. Also see our more complete checklist for volunteers.
Volunteers without Internet access can obtain a registration form by calling NetDay at 949-609-4660. Those with internet access can register to be a volunteer through the NetDay Web site.