Thanks. Starting a Haverford or Swarthmore or Stanford or Oxbridge (trying at least) in the information age, and as a CC service, which is Friendly informed, is not easy among Friends - and as a Quakerly leading too. AFSC went from volunteers to mostly paid staff in 99 years by way of another Friendly comparison.
And making a friendly living at the same time has been a challenge. I haven't made any money at WUsS whatsoever yet unfortunately. But I still hope to create great careers for many many people.
I've been hired to play another gig on the PYM weekend ... and I may take a cue from the 4 mostly unprogrammed Quaker colleges that reaching out to Yearly Meetings and similar isn't necessarily a way to grow a beloved learning community upon which their faculty and staff can make their Friendly careers doing such good work as teaching.
I hope to be teaching a free WUaS course online in the autumn if you're interested - "Information Technology, Network Society and the Global University" http://
worlduniversityandschool.org/ InfoTechNetworkSocGlobalUniv. html.
Thank you for opening the possibility of this CPQM interest group and considering doing outreach at PYM Minnesota.