Slack Platform Community Chapter Leader Application
Interested in running a Slack Platform Community (SPC) chapter? That’s great! Community champions like you are critical to the success of other developers and builders on our platform, and to our customers. As an SPC Chapter Leader, you’ll have the chance to share your Slack expertise, connect with and learn from like-minded folks in your area, and hone your leadership skills.

We’d love to learn a little more about you, and the community you’d like to build. Once submitted, one of our community managers will get back to you in 10 business days.

Note: If your application was submitted December 20, 2019 - January 6, 2020, expect a response by January 21.
Email address *
First name *
Last name *
Chapter city *
Where do you want to start a Slack Platform Community chapter?
State or Province *
The state or province where your chapter will be located.
Country *
The country where your chapter will be located.
LinkedIn profile *
If you do not have a LinkedIn profile, please reply with "I do not have a LinkedIn profile".
Twitter profile *
If you do not have a Twitter profile, please reply with "I do not have a Twitter profile".
Other social profile
How did you hear about Slack Platform Community? *
Is this a new chapter or an existing chapter? *
What will be the main focus of the content for your chapter? *
Tell us a little bit about how you use Slack. *
For example: are you building on Slack or calling our APIs? If so, are you making a custom app used internally, or an app in the App Directory? What are some of your favorite Slack apps? How long have you been using Slack? What's one of your favorite Slack tips or features? Are you an Admin on your workspace? What's your favorite thing about using or building on Slack?
Why do you want to start or lead an SPC chapter? *
What are some of your goals for leading this community? *
How would you promote and grow your chapter membership? *
Describe your perfect meetup: What's the format? What's the topic? Where is it hosted? Who is in the audience, and how do they benefit from being part of the community and at the in-person event? *
What is some of the content that you want to cover in your meetups? What would the format of your meetups be? *
Outside of that “perfect” event, what are the other types of content and formats for your meetups?
Each community chapter has a channel in Slack. How would you keep your community engaged between meetups? *
Tell us a little bit more about your city. *
How does a Slack Platform Community chapter benefit your local community? Who would be part of the SPC chapter? What other similar communities are in your region now?
Do you have any experience running community groups or participating in meetups in the past? Tell us more about that. *
What was the group focused on? What were the challenges you faced running the group, and how did you solve for them? What was your favorite part about running a community group?
What company or organization do you work for? *
What's your role there? *
Do you agree to abide by the Code of Conduct if your application to lead an SPC chapter is accepted? *
The Code of Conduct can be found at https://api.slack.com/docs/community-code-of-conduct
Have you read through the Chapter Leader Guidelines? *
The Chapter Leader Guidelines can be found at https://slackcommunity.com/chapter-leader-guidelines/
Anything else you'd like to share with us?
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