We’re on a mission to bring more Community professionals into web3.
“Building a community is helping people, helping others.”
Being vital to the success of web3 projects, there is a huge demand online for Community Moderators, Community Managers, Community Directors, Community Leads or more technical positions like Developer Evangelists, Developer Advocates.
This community was built for educating up and coming community professionals and leaders in the web3 space.
To meet this talent gap in our current state—our aim is to:
- Open source resources such as standards, strategies and tools that will support this future workforce
- Design bootcamps and workshops that help grow the talent pool of the web3 space overall
- Be the leading DAO-as-a-Service for Community development in web3
Our focus is around setting standards and common practices between Community professionals, to fill the talent gap, and make sure every project in web3 is able to execute on a Community-first mindset.
Community first- We believe heavily in Community first. To be successful as a community and as community leaders in the space–we have to put others before ourselves. We are all incentivized to be here personally, but the collective long-term value of collaboration outweighs the short-term gains by a single member of this Community. This group strives to put the We in Web3.
Collaboration- The internet sure did not build itself. There is also not one founder of the web, blockchain, of Ethereum. There are thousands of engineers, contributors, inventors, creators, and entrepreneurs that made access to connectivity what it is today. We believe heavily in leveraging everyone’s skills to achieve a common goal.
Transparency- There is no us and them in Community. There is only the monster of coordination that we are all fighting over—in web3 we call this “moloch”. Our community is fighting to become more efficient, and more collaborative—we can only achieve this through transparency and clear communication to all.
Contribution- We believe in solving problems, fixing issues, and participating for the sake of the community. Our members willingly contribute code, content, communication, and effort to help the greater cause. There is the understanding that work = pay, however, in the beginning, to gain the community’s trust, value is interpreted as how much you contribute to the whole before the whole gives back to you. This is a trustless agreement between the community and ourselves. We give more than we take.