Author Topic: Currently looking for mentors/assistants  (Read 1858 times)

3yebex

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Currently looking for mentors/assistants
« on: May 25, 2015, 05:51:38 pm »
As some of you might know, I'm slowly starting to get Left2Learn back together. Howevre, I've come to a bit of a cross-roads right now.

First off, I have no one to assist me that can be consistently available (I'm not talking 24/7 or 12/7, but just someone that is on enough to help get things done). If you would be interested in helping me run Left2Learn (IE. Doing interviews, getting classroom together, organizing things, ect.) then please contact me.

Another thing. I am also looking for consistent mentors. I don't want to get anyone just willy-nilly. I'm looking for good mentors, people that are great at giving out information. Left2Learn has always had a history of having inconsistent/poor mentors. People who didn't explain why to do something and just told them to do it. People who didn't have knowledge of the game, or just out-right were only interested in winning.

If you can express yourself properly, give out information quickly about things like... "Take tank at X because X, or go back to X instead" or "Watch out for generic boomer spot here at X" and can actually handle sitting still and teaching people for about an hour a week (We haven't decided yet which day/hour it will be) then please contact me. You don't need to be great at the game, just knowledgeable and expressible.
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K0range4

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Re: Currently looking for mentors/assistants
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2015, 12:37:41 am »
I can mentor as well as stream the games. Depending on which day it ends up on I can probably consistently make the games to mentor.

 

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