You’ve Asked, and We’ve Responded. Don’t Miss “Creating an Inclusive Environment” and “Designing a Virtual or Hybrid Event” Training Opportunities
New training opportunities for you and your team!
Join us for two new training opportunities this Spring, hosted by our Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence!
This 2-day training program led by international presenter Jodi Pfarr will equip you with a practical understanding of how to create an inclusive environment and work effectively with diverse populations to better manage, supervise, or volunteer within your organization or communities.
Urgency of Awareness: Creating an Inclusive Environment for Diverse Populations
*Must attend BOTH days
This training program, offered in partnership with The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University, will address the strategy and tactics in the evolving world of events with an online component. Presented by instructor Michael Schweisheimer, we will examine the pros and cons of fully virtual versus in-person-only events, and you will learn how a hybrid event requires much more than a feed to Facebook Live. You will learn about the growing array of platforms that have come online or been greatly refined since March 2020. The class will cover alternative methods of production and distribution for online event components and you’ll be equiped with tips to create an engaging event that doesn’t look and feel like another Zoom meeting.
Designing a Virtual or Hybrid Event
These training programs are offered free of charge to all nonprofit participants, thanks to funding from the Scranton Area Community Foundation.
Questions about these online training opportunities in our Spring series? Please reach out to us at email@example.com
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