In considering some of the comments made below, I thought ACMEBoston should consider connecting with community technology centers in the Boston area. This could be a great way to put into action some of the ideas put forth below.
A quick web search educated me about a number of technology centers ACMEBoston might consider reaching out to. One idea might be to host an ACMEBoston workshop at one, or several of these centers, (once a month, once a week, etc.) ACMEBoston volunteers could share tech skills, create digital media with others, and learn from and support others' work in these areas.
A few months ago, I spoke to Eli Kao, Programming Coordinator at CCTV in Cambridge, about the possibility of doing a Pro Tools audio instruction course there. This is just one idea, in a number of exciting possibilities that could take place in collaboration with tech/community media centers, in the area.
If anyone was interested in this approach, and/or knew individuals working at any of these centers, I would be willing take the first step to reach out to see where opportunities for collaboration could take place.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts, comments, and or ideas about this posiblility.