Twitter Community Leaders

What is the Community Leader Program?

In the Twitter Developer Community Leaders Program, you’ll meet passionate & amazing developers connecting and supporting each other while building

on the Twitter Developer platform. Whether virtually, on Twitter Spaces, or at a Community Meetup event, our developers would want

to connect with you to build the cool stuff; all developer levels are welcome!


Community Leader Benefits

Professional Growth 

 We aim to support our leads with mentorship and community management skills

and training to help you be the best leader you can be. You also have access to select Twitter events. 


Network Growth

Our large and worldwide community of indie and professional developers,

community organizers, Insiders, and Tweeps allow you to build your professional network.


Community Learning & Support 

Our network of developers and Twitter developers will support our leaders and help

educate and expand their communities both online and in-person.



Become a Community Leader


Qualities of a Community Leader:

Must be over 18 years old

Have an interest in building on the Twitter Developer Platform

Have a technical background

Have experience with event planning

Have a connection to a local developer community

Have a passion for giving back to the community

Host a meetup event ideally once a month (either online or in-person), and at least every 3 months to remain an active Twitter Developer Community


How to apply:

Make sure you have read the Community Leader FAQs

Read the Community Organizer Code of Conduct and Terms & Conditions below.

Check the Twitter Developer Community to see if there's an existing chapter in your location.

If there's a Twitter Developer Community group in your location, contact the current organizer(s) from the Twitter Developer or in-person at an event to express interest in helping as a co-organizer.

If there's no Twitter Developer Meetup Group in your location, apply here.

Allow time for your application to be reviewed. If your application has met the above requirements, we will reach out via email to set up a time to answer questions and discuss the program. If the application isn't a good fit, we'll still notify you by email.