Communications-related nonprofit work is front and center. Join MCN and the NTEN Tech Club for this free, informal discussion and information sharing group. This month: your nonprofit's data and how you can find it, organize it and put it to work in your communications. There will be a great panel of "data-loving dorks" (to quote MCN Membership & Communications Director John Wurm: "I say that in the most glowing of terms.") John says, "Be sure to bring your questions, ideas, experiences (and lunch)! These gatherings tend to work best when the entire room contributes to the conversation."
Each month, a topic is identified around which the majority of the discussion will revolve. Everyone introduces themselves around the table, and then the program begins. Time is left toward the end for discussion. There's always a good variety of backgrounds, the discussion is informative, and the networking memorable.
Participants are encouraged to bring questions, examples and insights related to the topic of the session. In addition to the featured topic discussion, each session will include time to network and ask questions. This noontime session is free to attend, and no RSVP is necessary. You are invited to bring your lunch, business cards and ideas.
The Communications Networking Lunches in March, April, May, July and September are co-sponsored by the NTEN Tech Club (https://www.nten.org/communities/msp-nonprofit-tech-club/).
This network is free and no RSVP is necessary. You are invited to bring your lunch, business cards and ideas. If you have any questions about the Communications & Technology Networking Lunches, please contact Sarah Crumrine, MCN's communications coordinator, at[masked] or NTEN Tech Club (https://www.nten.org/communities/msp-nonprofit-tech-club/).
2017 Upcoming Dates and Topics:
August 11 - Optimizing your Communications for Mobile
September 8 - Gearing Up for Give to the Max Day
(not sure about October)
November 10 - Press Releases, Op-Eds and Working with the Media
December 8 - New, Cheap or Free: Communications Tools You Should be Using