Looks like my friends at nonprofit webinars have fired up the education engine again.
They are offering free educational opportunities for Nonprofit Professionals and Trustees!
Nonprofit Webinars, part of the soon to be launch 4Good platform, hosts free webinars each week covering all aspects of nonprofit strategy.
- Learn about governance, marketing, fundraising, grants and more.
- Attend webinars live and interact with expert top-tier leaders.
- Learn at your own pace from a library of videos and slide decks from past webinars.
Webinars are offered throughout the year, with Tech Tuesdays focusing on software and technology to help your organization be successful, andWednesday
Maybe it needs a little boost. Most employers love when their talented employees volunteer at the board level for local nonprofits. And here’s your chance to meet some of the best nonprofits looking for board members in Austin. Join my friends at Greenlights at Board Summit, the only event in town where you’ll meet the executive leaders of 60 local nonprofits looking for new board members. Including the nonprofit I founded Lights. Camera. Help.
- · Hear how board service helps you develop leadership skills.
- · Learn what to ask before joining a board of directors.
- · Find tools to help you excel at board service.
- · Mingle with hundreds of business and community leaders.
When: Thursday, June 6, 2013, 6-8:45 PM
Where: Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in downtown Austin
Register: $35, includes a catered reception. http://greenlights.org/
Long time, no talk! In fact I almost let this domain name expire. Life has been insane (which you have seen if you follow me anywhere else). The latest change? Well it’s time for the Fourth Annual Lights. Camera. Help. Film Festival. And that’s happening the same month that my consulting gig just got acquired by PwC. That’s right. What an insane month. But never fear dear reader. This blog is making a come back. Stay tuned for a great ten part series on top trends in nonprofit technology…..coming soon!
Thanks for reading!
As most of you might of heard I have a new gig. I’m no longer a lone samurai wandering the digital strategy world (at places like AuntBertha.com, VivoGig, Best Friends Animal Society and Emory). I’ve found a new amazing home at Ant’s Eye View here in Austin, TX.
It’s a total career change for me. No more PR/Marketing for this dude, instead I’ll be working with companies to better the way they interact with customers and themselves. But I’m very excited at the work I’ll be doing. You can get a little peek here.
Also coming up? A couple of Blog posts about some of the more painful job interviews I went through. Think of them as “What Not To Do” if you are hiring.