|Opportunities For Involvement|
We're glad that you are interested in becoming a part of the DEGenWeb Project! Adopting a county or special topic, transcribing data, or participating in other Project areas can be very fulfilling, both in learning more about the history of Delaware and/or your chosen county, and helping others with their genealogical research.
ADOPT A COUNTY or SPECIAL TOPIC | TRANSCRIBE DATA | OTHER AREAS OF NEED
ADOPTING A COUNTY or SPECIAL TOPIC
Interested in adopting a DEGenWeb county or topical site, but would like more information? Please see the help/guidelines page for the Delaware Local Coordinators at http://www.degenweb.org/guidelines.htm, where you will find information about starting a web page, the responsibilities of local coordinators, and helpful answers to frequently asked questions. Then, use the form below to register your interest in adopting a county or special topic.
Currently Open Opportunities in DEGenWeb:
AFRICAN AMERICAN RESOURCES SPECIAL TOPIC
To register your interest in becoming the site coordinator for one of these State, County or Special Topics projects within the DEGenWeb, first please read the DEGenWeb Site Guidelines page at http://www.degenweb.org/guidelines.htm. Then email me Gayle Triller. By adopting a county or project, you agree that, if chosen, you will abide by the DEGenWeb Site guidelines.
OTHER AREAS OF NEED
Currently Available Positions:
None at this time.
If transcribing data for the DEGenWeb Archives is more your speed, just let us know and we'll point you in the right direction. Almost any kind of historical record has value to the genealogical researcher, and you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you've made an important contribution to bolster the lofty ideal of making genealogical data freely available to researchers via the Internet. *smile*
The DEGenWeb Project is currently seeking volunteers to transcribe collections of material, such as newspaper abstracts, census records, tax lists, cemeteries, church records collections, and other data collection projects. If you'd like to help out in this way, please see the USGenWeb Archives' http://usgwarchives.net/contrib.htm page. Thanks!
We appreciate your interest in the DEGenWeb Project!