Webinar: Trends in Community Communication NOW
Purpose, people, platforms, and process
The COVID-19 outbreak forced schools to adapt quickly and think creatively to create virtual experiences within academics, admissions, and development. Now more than ever you must consider four key areas in how you approach building relationships with and informing your communities: purpose, people, platforms, and process. Join us as we discuss the successful execution of online events, fundraising, distance learning, virtual admissions, and more in today’s changing environment.
Meet the Speaker
With almost 20 years of experience working with or in K-12 schools, Lorrie Jackson is a frequent presenter on online marketing and web strategy for independent schools. She has served as a teacher, director of marketing, and technology coordinator at independent and public schools and has spoken at Jeff Wack's Marketing Institute, CASE-NAIS, ISM, NAIS, and many regional and state conferences. Her chapter, “Marketing Through Social Media” appeared in the 2011 edition of The NAIS Handbook on Marketing Independent Schools. She currently works with schools throughout the South as a member of Finalsite's Client Success and Sales teams.
- Learning Objective: Attendees will discover best practices for marketing distance learning programs, virtual admissions opportunities, and online fundraising events. In this webinar, case studies and lessons learned will be shared alongside an opportunity for questions/answers following the presentation.
- Field of Study: Information Technology
- Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
- Program level: Basic
- Prerequisites: None
- Advanced Preparations: None
- Recommended CPE Credits 1.0 in Information Technology.
All webinars are $50 per session but are FREE to anyone from a MISBO member school. Webinars are one hour in length and begin at 2pm ET.
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