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WordPress for Educators, Schools, and Non-Profits

This meetup will explore how educators, non-profits, schools, and teachers can leverage WordPress to accomplish goals.

Part-1 is a presentation:

* why WordPress is an excellent LMS (learning management system) for teachers and schools.

* integrating fundraising and constituent relations management into non-profit websites.

* how educators can use WordPress to teach online courses for free or fee-based.

* themes, plugins, and frameworks to make all this possible... with live website examples.

Part-2 is an open discussion in which we'll all learn from each other.  Several of our members have extensive experience in developing WordPress sites for non-profits. Email me if you'd like to demo a site or some specific functionality.

This is a joint event with NYC Non-Profit NYC Meetup Club,

WordPress users in all areas will gain valuable knowledge at this must-attend meetup for educators and non-profits.

Presenting is D.K. Smith... a WordPress expert and former Director of Academic Technology at Brooklyn Friends School, where he taught teachers how to integrate technology into teaching.  He currently serves on the Superintendent's Committee for Technology in the Westchester school district where his daughter is enrolled, and is a co-author of the district's three-year tech plan.  D.K. is also the founder of, a matching service for non-profits seeking help with WordPress.

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  • Michelle

    Very informative presentation despite the technical difficulties.

    September 12, 2013

  • Dawn R.

    FYI. I looked briefly for WordPress-based Learning Management Themes and saw this an interesting one on I wouldn't recommend it, or much on, for newbies, but might be interesting for people with some familiarity with WordPress, and for a small to medium-sized site. See it at:

    3 · September 11, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      It also integrates with several membership plugins.

      September 11, 2013

    • D.K. S.

      It seems to have many of the elements we discussed, including an open support forum - http://themextemplate...­

      1 · September 12, 2013

  • D.K. S.

    Great to see all of you. I'll add your specific interests to the presentation deck, Thanks for your patience with the unexpected room change... and kudos to NYC Non-Profit members who came out to Brooklyn.

    2 · September 10, 2013

  • D.K. S.

    This is a joint event with the NYC Non-Profit NYC Meetup Club. As of now, 24 of their members have signed up... so I upped the attendance to 50,

    September 8, 2013

  • Dawn R.

    I work with lots of not-for-profits (non-profits but too small or alternative for a 501c3).

    June 12, 2013

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