How to Promote Social Emotional

Through Gaming and Gaming Culture

Society loves to hate on gaming clubs as many people see what we are doing as a waste of time.  When your kids raise money or awareness about a subject, society begins to Rethink Gaming.

 

Raising funds or awareness for a local or national effort offers your students the

opportunity to practice new found skills and become a solid citizen.  

Find a cause and do something about it. Be proud of your VGC and post it on all social platforms to get your kids recognition for their good deeds.

#RethinkGaming

#EveryoneCanConnect

Making the Socially Awkward, Socially Active.

VGCWW Discord Server

Our attempt at connecting gamers

Download the Discord App and join our server. Already a member of discord? Come and meet gamers of the world. Login and visit the members page for the invite link.

 Join Our Twitter Chat

Let's Talk Gaming and Education.

Use the Hashtag #GamingEduChat on Thursday Nights at 7pm EST to join the conversation.

a 30 minute Blitz of Conversation.

#VGCUSA  #RethinkGaming  #GamingEduChat

Raise Money For Charity

tEACH YOUR STUDENTS TO BE SOLID CITIZENS

Find a cause and raise money for them.  Play games all night or wash cars and collect cash.  In the end you will be impacting your local community and changing the lives of your students. Login as a member for downloadable ideas and paperwork.

The Just Jeremy Show

A video guide for life skills

Our life size mascot Jeremy began a movement to teach gaming kids necessities like how to apply deodorant and why personal space is a thing.  Follow our YouTube page for all of the episodes.

Start an Esports Team

In every group some want to win.

Teach Collaboration, Cooperation, Communication through esports.  Though competitive gaming isn't for everyone, it is for some!   See our members section for details on leagues and how to get started.

We Don't Discriminate

Video Game Clubs of America is an equal opportunity organization committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The VGCUSA does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, national origin or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarships, programs and activities.

Email: josh@vgcusa.org

Phone: 443-745-6461

Registered Charity: 83-2388950

Feel free to get in contact with us. Social Media is our jam though a good phone conversation may suit the mood as well.  

VGCUSA