Click on each circle to learn more about what each LOL team does.
Zoom Room Facilitators
Want to be a Zoom Room Facilitator? What does a Facilitator do?
You are like the host of the party helping youth to plan topics for chats, facilitate activities and manage the flow of conversation during live chat sessions. You ensure safety, inclusion and kindness are a part of every chat. When youth are feeling confident to run the session themselves, you take a quieter supportive role.
You support the MC and can moderate the text chat in Zoom. You are the emergency MC should there be technical problems for the MC such as poor internet connection or computer malfunctions.
You control the waiting room, breakout rooms, and mics and cameras. You monitor sessions and communicate with youth who are having technical issues. You record your session and take screenshots of share-worthy activities as they arise.
Breakout Room Facilitators:
You help with conversation in breakout rooms with smaller groups of youth. You let youth lead when they desire to do so and are there to ensure safety, inclusion and kindness.
Back Office Volunteering
What other roles are there if I don’t want to facilitate a Zoom Room?
If you have expertise in:
and anything else that an organization like ours might need,
WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE YOUR HELP!
Watch this video to learn more about who we are, why we made LOL, and what you can do to help.
*You will need to have certain documents available to fill out the application: Passport and copy of Teaching Credentials or Portable DBS certificate. If you are not a teacher or do not own a passport, you will be asked to provide alternative identifying documents.