I attended the SDForum Volunteers Meeting last night (my first one).
I want to thank Nixon Peabody LLP for hosting the meeting. The food was at least 10 steps up from the pizza at the SIG meeting - not that I don't like pizza, but its nice to take a break.
One discussion topic was how SDForum can help people who are looking for work in these difficult times. A few things that I learned (or knew but hadn't thought about recently).
The SDForum web site actually lists jobs available. There aren't a lot there (but you only need one)
at http://sdforum.org/, -->resources-->classifieds
You kind of need to know where to look, but if you know of a job that would fit the profile of forum members you might list it here. I would vote for this to appear in a much more prominent place on the web site.
ALSO - did you know the SDForum has a Linkedin group?? Currently there are 1,235 members. I believe that you must be a paid member to join the group.
Groups on Linkedin are a great way to find out about people you are otherwise not linked to, and to communicate with them. If you are a paid member and aren't in the group, you can request membership from the web site.
We discussed how the forum can help members get work. I'm not sure we resolved anything specific, but the need came through loud and clear.
If you have an idea of what SDForum could do to help you, either email me (and I will post it here) or the forum management firstname.lastname@example.org