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=Becoming an official member=
 
=Becoming an official member=
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# Pay dues ($10 in exchange for a t-shirt) to our financial officers - any leadership team member can accept these in cash, or you can Venmo our Financial Officer, Gabi Palavecino, directly. Message her on Slack for details ({{slack-user|gabipalavecino}}). If dues present a financial hardship, message {{slack-user|tucks}}, {{slack-user|kai}}, or {{slack-user|gabipalavecino}}, and we'll waive them.
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# Fill out this 30-second form: [https://stanfordssi.org/q https://stanfordssi.org/q]
# Join the SSI Slack [https://ssi-teams.slack.com/signup here].
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# Join the SSI Slack [https://join.slack.com/t/ssi-teams/shared_invite/zt-gahlixrm-DyAtkyxTrUkt7K6HvPsxIA here].
 
# Join the SSI mailing list [https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/ssi_general here].
 
# Join the SSI mailing list [https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/ssi_general here].
# In order to allow you access to our workspace, [[End Station III]], you need to do the following things:
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# [not expected until we are on campus] Pay dues ($10 in exchange for a t-shirt) to our financial officers via Venmo [redacted]. For questions/details or if dues present a financial hardship, message the Co-Presidents or Financial Officers and we'll waive them. See [[Leadership]].
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# Once social distancing is not in effect—in order to allow you access to our workspace, [[End Station III]], you need to do the following things:
 
##Log into [https://axess.sahr.stanford.edu/ AXESS] and click "STARS" at the top
 
##Log into [https://axess.sahr.stanford.edu/ AXESS] and click "STARS" at the top
 
##Using either the "All Learning" list, or the Search Catalog, complete the following three safety trainings: '''EHS-4200: General Safety, Injury Prevention (IIPP), and Emergency Preparedness, EHS-1900: Chemical Safety for Laboratories, and EHS-2200: Compressed Gas Safety.''' If you've completed any of these previously for a laboratory class or other university purpose, you don't need to repeat them.
 
##Using either the "All Learning" list, or the Search Catalog, complete the following three safety trainings: '''EHS-4200: General Safety, Injury Prevention (IIPP), and Emergency Preparedness, EHS-1900: Chemical Safety for Laboratories, and EHS-2200: Compressed Gas Safety.''' If you've completed any of these previously for a laboratory class or other university purpose, you don't need to repeat them.
##Some time after completion, you will receive an email for each of these (can take up to 24 hours) certifying your completion. Save each e-mail as a PDF, or, less preferably, screenshot it. This PDF or screenshot '''must''' have your name on it. Ask in {{slack-channel|welcome-to-ssi}} if you have questions about EH&S training - mentioning {{slack-user|mc-safety}} in your question will notify people who can help.
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##Some time after completion, you will receive an email for each of these (can take up to 24 hours) certifying your completion. Save each e-mail as a PDF, or, less preferably, screenshot it. This PDF or screenshot '''must''' have your name on it. Ask in {{slack-channel|welcome-to-ssi}} if you have questions about EH&S training - mentioning {{slack-user|display-name = safety}} in your question will notify people who can help.
 
##Sign into the [http://internal.stanfordssi.org internal site] using your Stanford email and under EH&S Safety Training, upload PDFs or screenshots proving your completion of the safety trainings.
 
##Sign into the [http://internal.stanfordssi.org internal site] using your Stanford email and under EH&S Safety Training, upload PDFs or screenshots proving your completion of the safety trainings.
 
##Attend a safety tour of ES3. Ask in {{slack-channel|welcome-to-ssi}} to coordinate a time.
 
##Attend a safety tour of ES3. Ask in {{slack-channel|welcome-to-ssi}} to coordinate a time.
 
##While in ES3, make sure to sign a copy of the Space Usage Agreement and leave it in the binder by the door. This is your record of completing the workspace safety tour.
 
##While in ES3, make sure to sign a copy of the Space Usage Agreement and leave it in the binder by the door. This is your record of completing the workspace safety tour.
##Send a message in Slack to our workspace manager {{slack-user|michaelyang}} that you've completed everything!
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##Send a message in Slack to that you've completed everything our workspace managers {{slack-user|display-name=Tim Vrakas|sunet-id=timv}} or {{slack-user|display-name=Anna Clark|sunet-id=aclark22}}
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# Take a look at [https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/habmc/assets/assi.pdf Approaching SSI], a handbook for new (and prospective) members!
    
=Resources=
 
=Resources=
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This wiki is a great place to find guides, overviews, and generally useful documentation on SSI projects. Many of the most current plans and docs are in the drive though.
 
This wiki is a great place to find guides, overviews, and generally useful documentation on SSI projects. Many of the most current plans and docs are in the drive though.
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==[https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5ethK6WQZfAWXgtR25KOEloN2M SSI Drive]==
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==[https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0AOLUM8S1U9vqUk9PVA SSI Drive]==
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The drive contains a lot of important documentation for each team. We are trying to put more emphasis on using the wiki as a place for longer-term knowledge storage.  
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The drive contains a lot of important documentation for each team. We are trying to put more emphasis on using the wiki as a place for longer-term knowledge storage. If you don't have access, ask in {{slack-channel|SSIT}}
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== [http://stanfordssi.org/join All The Mailing Lists] ==
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== [https://stanfordssi.org/mailing-list The Mailing List] ==
We use SSI General for any organization-wide announcements, but use team-specific mailing lists for most of the updates and team announcements (Slack is still by and large the primary mode of communication for most of us though)
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We use SSI General for organization-wide announcements, and it's a good way to hear about events that get lost in the depths of slack (Slack is still by and large the primary mode of communication for most of us though).
    
== [[End Station III]]  ==
 
== [[End Station III]]  ==

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