Living Room Conversations exists due to the efforts of a small team supported by passionate volunteers. If you are dedicated to doing something about the growing divides in our country, we want to hear from you!
View the Volunteer Handbook by clicking the button to the left to get in-depth information about our organization, the roles & responsibilities required of our volunteers, and how-to apply. Ready to volunteer? Fill out our volunteer application and let us know which position(s) you’re interested in.
The Six Conversation Agreements: The common thread and, perhaps, the most important aspect of Living Room Conversations are The Six Conversation Agreements. These remain steadfast in ALL Living Room Conversations. All Living Room Conversations staff and volunteers are expected to exemplify these agreements!
As we grow, we need people to help us organize, coordinate, and host our available online conversations. Conversations support volunteers also support those who are hosting small and large-scale conversations in-person. Develop relationships with organization leaders and help them generate conversations that are key for their communities; train local organizers who help find co-hosts and prepare participants for success and reporting back.
Communications & Outreach
This is a position for people who enjoy social media and outreach work. We need your help to moderate and promote activity on our social media avenues. You can help to promote and spread the knowledge of Living Room Conversations. You may also help to bring in new volunteers and/or fundraising possibilities.
Are you a high school or college student who is interested in helping support and promote Living Room Conversations? Join our Youth Council to be involved in hosting, promotions, program-building, creation conversation guides specific to youth, and more!
Recruit academics and learn about and better understand and document our successes and failures. Help us find data that supports or challenges our model and have a hand in our data collection and entry processes.