Become a Volunteer for We Connect The Dots
We Connect the Dots is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that delivers experiential learning programs and 21st century workforce skills training to students all over the world. Our organization relies on volunteer support in myriad ways, and we are always on the lookout for capable and dedicated individuals to join our team.
We need volunteers to help us coordinate and deliver our programs, supervise our students, attract sponsors, secure donors, market our programs, offer tech support and drive registrations. If you are an industry professional and would like to speak at an event please let us know. No experience with coding, computer science, or technology needed to volunteer. However, if you do have experience in coding or technology, we would be happy to suggest our mentoring program for students.
Here is what our volunteers say about their experience with supporting We Connect The Dots…
Register as a Volunteer Coordinator, Mentor, Educator Volunteer, or General Volunteer by clicking the box below.
Want to help transform education and empower students to drive economic impact in your community? Check out our volunteer opportunities: Select the link to complete the volunteer request via Volunteer Match our Volunteer management tool
Mentors attend our programs as coaches and facilitators of the learning experience for our students. Mentors work closely with students as they navigate and work through projects, and offer guidance as needed based on their expertise, knowledge, and experience. During our programs, mentors are assigned to student groups to assist them in navigating the projects and meeting their deadlines, acting as both a guide and a facilitator through the process.
If you would like more information about our mentoring program, please contact us at email@example.com
Educators attend our programs as coaches and facilitators of the learning experience for our students. Educators work closely with students as they navigate and work through projects, and offer guidance as needed based on their expertise, knowledge, and experience. During our programs, educators are assigned to student groups to assist them in navigating the projects and meeting their deadlines, acting as both a guide and a facilitator through the process. Educators can also participate as instructors of specific content that is delivered during the program, providing an opportunity to either co-lead a session or work with an industry expert to increase knowledge in a specific industry. As a part of LCC Connections Foundations STEAM Coach training cycle educators have the opportunity to build confidence in STEAM education application in this "Living Lab" environment.
You can learn more about the Connections Foundations STEAM Coach Training Cycle here: http://lauriecarey.com
To learn from a educator first hand watch this video.
General Volunteers attend programs to support our organization in many ways. You can help operationally to support the overall organization, support a specific program, help to design curriculum with our team, and jump in to support us succeed by bringing your expertise in your business industry to our organization.