Social Media Forum for Nonprofits

Nonprofit organizations from the central Texas area will gather for this collaborative, informative day-long retreat to discuss strategy, ideas and changes in the social media landscape. Experts, local leaders and devoted nonprofit champions will come together to share insight, innovation and valuable, practical advice gleaned by professionals with feet on the ground in the real world.

Nonprofits Unite!

This extraordinary one-day gathering will not be like other conferences you may have attended in the past. No speaker will present for more than 15 minutes. There will be no long, boring slide decks, no sales pitches, nothing to purchase. This is a gathering of local leaders and nonprofit professionals, listening to and learning from each other. And, it’s going to be fun. Maybe bring a friend or colleague.

Your Hosts

Austinite, Local Business & Nonprofit Advocate, Julie Niehoff will facilitate the day’s activities and conversations, setting the stage for innovation and learning.

The Social Media Forum for Nonprofits presented by Network for Good is hosted by The Center for Nonprofit Studies at ACC and Distance Learning Media, LLC.

PRESENTING SPONSOR – Network for Good

Network for Good is a hybrid organization—a nonprofit-owned for-profit. Network for Good’s nonprofit donor-advised fund uses the Internet and mobile technology to securely and efficiently distribute thousands of donations from donors to their favorite charities each year.

Programs & Activities:

Influencer Power Talks Short, impactful presentations will be offered by key leaders in nonprofit development today on relevant topics that really matter.

Small Group Discussions Think about those conversations you have in the hallway at other events – those great talks you get into and then have to walk away because the keynote is starting. This is going to be a day filled with those valuable interactions.

Local Success Stories Inspiration and motivation will be delivered by recognized leaders in central Texas with practical advice on what’s working for them.

December 9, 2016, 10 am to 4 pm @ ACC Eastview Campus

Early Bird Tickets: $49 (ends November 25)

Regular Ticket Price: $69 (includes lunch and materials)

For more information and to register, please visit http://sites.austincc.edu/npo/socialforum/

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