Mozilla Clubs run digital literacy programs that teach people how to read, write, and participate on the Web through an inclusive and engaging way. The main objective is to empower users to become “citizens of the Web.” They are taught to transition from being consumers to online creators and leaders. Working directly with communities, Mozilla Clubs promote participation and interaction through “learning through making.”
Our volunteer has recently been involved in developing a new model where future volunteers can apply and receive training as Club Captains or Regional Coordinators. They can then pass on their knowledge by training people and leading new Club chapters.
Carolina also presented the “Mozilla Clubs” model at Mozfest, Mozilla’s annual gathering for an open Web that creates a dynamic forum for interactive work and sharing.