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PdF Announces Non-Profit Interactive Strategy Series

BY Anthony Russomano | Tuesday, October 13 2009

We’re proud to announce that we have partnered up with Baruch College, School of Non-Profit Strategy and Management to hold a series of seminars focusing on how technology is changing non-profits. The first workshop will be held Monday, October 19th from 4pm-6pm at Baruch College. It is titled: Learn how to better use the Internet, Twitter, and social networks
to organize, fundraise, and disseminate message.

Panelists include:

  • Allison Fine (Speaker and Author of Momentum: Igniting Social Change in the Connected Age)
  • Deanna Zandt (Media Technologist, Consultant, and Author of the forthcoming book: Share This! How You Will Change the World with Social Networking)
  • and PdF’s own Andrew Rasiej

The event is already almost full so please RSVP ASAP if you are interested.

Monday, October 19, 2009
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Baruch College Information & Technology Building, Newman Conference Center,
7th Floor, Room 750, 151 East 25th Street (Lexington & 3rd Avenues) New York, NY
RSVP By email at nonprofit.workshops@baruch.cuny.edu
By phone at 646-660-6743
Admission is free, Space is limited – RSVP Required
Light refreshments will be served

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thursday >

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wednesday >

First POST: Edges

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tuesday >

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