Regional Gaming League Supervisors at PUP use Games IRL (played “in real life” not on a video or computer or device screen!) to create fun for all involved! They supervise and entertain young people ages 3-18 in our gaming groups. Most participants are likely to have some form of social difficulty such as ADD, ADHD or some aspect of the Autism Spectrum. Responsibilities will include running gaming sessions, promoting teamwork and cooperation, interacting with parents, and strong problem solving skills should challenges arise during gaming sessions. Training is provided so prior gaming knowledge is not required.