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In this video, the adult staff and teens of VOX ATL share how youth-driven practices come with us in the virtual space, and as Executive Director Susan Landrum says, “still feel as revolutionary to young people over Zoom as when they’re asked in person.”


Belonging: Building community even in virtual youth programming [VIDEO]


“I was a little skeptical as to what what it was going to be like this year in the virtual space,” said teen board member Zakai Beck, 18. “Was it going to flow as smoothly? Would the communications be as solid? And most of all, would it still be interesting? And I have to say, all of it is.”

Hear more from the staff at VOX ATL about how community building has come alive in virtual programming.

For professional development recorded webinars about high quality virtual programming, check out our YouTube playlist: “Vibing in the Virtual Space

More video stories about quality youth development are on our “Guide on the Side” YouTube playlist.