Responsibilities of a School Hub Manager

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Thank you for your interest in Labdoo and be the bridge between Labdoo and your school community!

5 out of 7 people in this world have no access to free education resources. Labdoo's mission is to provide modern education to the underprivileged students through re-purposing laptops. As you decide to bring Labdoo to your school and help to bring education to underprivileged students with repurposed laptops, please carefully read the following information and we look forward to reviewing your Labdoo School Hub Application!

Labdoo User Account Registration: All officers need to register a Labdoo user account.

Club Rgistration: Please submit your School Hub Informaiton Form to your parent hub

Club Officer Application Form The Club President is mandatory to fill and submit the Club Officer Application Form. However, we recommend all club officers to fill the form.

Before the school year begins:

  • Work with your team to set a club goal and the plan to achieve it.
  • Email your goal and plan to your parent hub. .

  • During each semester

  • Attend the parent hub meetings or meet with the parent hub manager at least twice per semester.
  • Constantly remind your club members record their service hours using the Doopoint System.

  • By the end of the second semester: Eelect and introduce new club officers to the parent hub before school ends.

    Fundraising: Since Labdoo does not operate with money, students are not expected to do fundraising at school.
    However, some schools require school clubs to participate in school fundraising events. If that's the case, the school hub has the right to decide how to best apply the club funds toward club activities.

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    School Hub Information Form


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    Ideas to work with your hub members