Clubhouse mentors join a unique community of young people and adults who create, invent, and explore together using the latest in computer technology. Mentors at the Clubhouse vary in age, background, interests and skills. Mentors can include students, artists, educators, graphic designers, software developers, architects, previous Clubhouse members, and more!
What does a mentor do?
Clubhouse mentors help young people express themselves through technology and support members as they connect their interests with computer, technology, and creative skills.
Mentors focus on developing relationships based on respect and trust with Clubhouse members. The mentoring process is one of mutual learning – Clubhouse mentors sometimes lead, but they often follow, as they know it’s empowering for young people to teach others.
Mentors can work with Clubhouse members on a range of activities, including:
- Working with members on a specific project or activity
- Helping to recruit other mentors
- Supporting technical maintenance
- Offering a workshop
- Encouraging participants to contribute to the Clubhouse Network Intranet Site, The Village, the organisation’s own website or a newsletter
- Finding websites that may inspire creative ideas
- Developing themes for group projects
- Developing new project ideas
- Working on their own project
Register your Interest Today!
To register your interest in becoming a mentor, contact our Clubhouse Coordinator, Annie Rowley, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0406 375 993.
Take this chance to get involved and make a positive impact in your community!
For more information on the Intel Clubhouse network visit their website.
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