The Rosetta Project accepts a wide variety of materials that help document the languages of the world. If you would like to help build this open public collection through materials you have assembled or created, please contact email@example.com and tell us more about them.
Ongoing Internships. The Rosetta Project has a volunteer internship program, which helps train researchers in the practice of archiving linguistic documentation as well as providing some exposure to the activities and operation of a nonprofit foundation. Internships are mentored, take place on site, and involve both archive management as well as a special project worked out between the intern and mentor to be completed during the period of the internship. Internships are typically from 2-3 months, and can take place at any time of the year (summer internship slots are popular with students, and tend to be more competitive). If you are interested in becoming a Rosetta Project intern, please send email describing your background and interest along with your résumé (included as text in the body of the message, no attachments please) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PanLex Project Summer Internship 02013. The PanLex Project project is now offering internships in San Francisco during the summer of 02013. Interns will receive training and practice in lexical data processing, as we add millions of translations to the database. For more information about how to apply, click here.
We can accept donations through a variety of ways by using the links in the box to the right. The donations go through our parent organization, The Long Now Foundation. If you would like to donate by check, please make a memo that your gift is for the Rosetta Project to make sure it is directed to us.
You can also now support the Rosetta Project by joining the Long Now Foundation (our parent organization) as a Lifetime Member, and our gift to you is a numbered edition Rosetta Disk! Proceeds go to support our continued outreach and education, and efforts to build the largest open, public collection of resources on the world's nearly 7,000 human languages.
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