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How Does It Work?

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Tweenangels activities are usually facilitated through a Tweenangels chapter, organized around a school, faith based organization, community group or another youth organization (such as a YMCA, scouts or camp). Tweens must have the permission of a parent or guardian to join a Tweenangels chapter, as well as submitting a letter of good standing from their school. There are also special ways to involve tweens who are homeschooled.

Each chapter requires one Chapter Director and either a Chapter Co-Director or an Assistant Chapter Director. It also requires two parent volunteers and all adults must become WiredSafety volunteers in order to be eligible to work with Tweenangels whilst a police clearance letter is required from the Chapter Director. Current and past Chapter Directors are/have been members of law enforcement, parents and corporate volunteers. It is preferred that at least one of the Chapter Directors is a technology educator, librarian, IT administrator or library media specialist.

The Tweenangels program, while operated within a school, youth based organization or community group, remains at all times an official program of WiredKids and the WiredSafety Group. It remains under the supervision and control of the charity , working together with the school, organization or group. At all times the Chapter Director, Assistant or Co-Director and any other officially appointed volunteer remains under the supervision and control of WiredKids and the WiredSafety Group and must adhere to their rules and regulations for all volunteers and Tweenangels administration.

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