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  • Volunteer Needed for the Publicity Committee

    The Foundation’s Publicity Committee is redesigning the Foundation’s information brochure, which we use at the Museum and other events to publicize the role of the Foundation and to recruit new members. We are looking for a volunteer with graphic design skills who could donate his or her time to work with the Publicity Committee on the brochure’s redesign. If you can help, please send an email to cryptmf@aol.com.

  • Volunteer(s) Needed for the Communications Committee

    The Communications Committee is seeking volunteer(s) to help develop a publicity program for NCMF events. This would involve promoting them not only with our members but more generally with the public, including corporations, so that they may better understand and appreciate the role of cryptology in the defense of our national security Though not required, an individual with a background in public relations or communications would be desirable. Please contact our Communications Committee Chair, Dr. Sally Botsai, if you are interested or have any questions. You can reach Sally via e-mail: wmkslb@aol.com or by telephone: (301)-770-9549.

  • Volunteer(s) Needed for the Membership Committee

    The NCMF Membership Committee Seeks Volunteer(s) to manage an Annual Membership Drive. Efforts to increase Foundation membership include expanding our relationships with Service Cryptologic Element associations, launching a new corporate membership program, and conducting an annual membership drive. If you have experience in running membership drives, we need your help. Please contact our membership committee Chair, Al Gray, if you’re interested in this position or have any questions, send emails to JPUTW2@aol.com.

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