Huddlecraft gathers people with an appetite for learning to use peer-led approaches and improve their learning experience.
The community allows members to access Huddles. These are small groups of people (led by a host) who gather to learn about a specific topic. Each Huddle has diverse costs and different types of meetings, although members often meet for peer-led workshops and accountability sessions. Additionally, most Huddles offer both virtual and in-person options for those who don't live in the area.
On the other hand, all Huddlecraft members connect and interact within a Slack group. You can also make new friends and meet like-minded peers at Huddlecraft's social and networking events.
Join a Huddle:
Huddlecraft has several Huddles, which are small groups organized by a host where members gather to collectively learn about a specific topic.
Meet like-minded peers:
Through Huddlecraft's Slack group and in-person social and networking events, you will be able to meet like-minded people from all over the world who share the same appetite for learning.
Participate in the Huddle Camp:
The community hosts an annual end-of-Summer retreat for members of the community and their friends/family. The camp is co-hosted and co-created by the participants.
Members of the Huddlecraft community participate in huddles. These are small groups organized by a host around a certain topic. Each huddle gathers to learn together and exchange experiences and insights on the topic the huddle is all about. The meetings vary according to the huddle, but they usually include member-led workshops and accountability sessions to get things done.
All Huddlecraft members interact within a Slack group. Everyone on Slack can contact everyone else directly or as part of a number of groups and threads, which is great for members to expand their networks and make new friends.
On the other hand, Huddlecraft also organizes social and networking events, which are often in person and bring members of the community together with no purpose other than to hang out.
You can visit Huddlecraft's Notion to find a resource library with tools and templates to improve the way you learn about diverse topics.
Huddlecraft 101 is the community's 3-day boot camp. The training teaches members to use peer-led approaches to improve their work and learning processes.
"An appetite for learning is really important to me. It's great to be in a space with people who have an appetite for learning too. I've made some really good friends." -Stella McKenna