You shouldn’t be alone on this mission! Find a team of like-minded pals who are interested to create a community in your college.
Be absolutely sure that your teammates will be able to invest time on your Tinkerhub campus community.
Structure your team. Even though everyone would be working together, it’s great to have people with diverse skills, so that every need can be managed by the team with minimal help from outside.
We recommend avoiding hierarchy. This is a community and not a company. At Tinkerhub, your seniority and your department don’t matter. If you’re excited about building a community, that’s most important.
Create a virtual space for your community to meet. For a large community, meeting online is easier. And don’t use it just for meetings and discussions; you can also share learning resources, opportunities, tech news. Make use of the platform to have engaging discussions about tech. We still haven’t decided whether iOS is better than Android! And the best part is, if you’re facing a roadblock in your development process, you can get advice and opinions. Choose any suitable platform like WhatsApp, Telegram, Discord or Slack.
All this hard work shouldn’t go unnoticed. Make sure that all the events of your community reach everyone in your campus.