Expand your knowledge with our fall workshops!

Announcing our Fall 2012 communications trainings!

We’ve designed our workshops this year to help you get a leg up on your 2013 communications strategy.

Some key takeaways from our upcoming trainings:

  • Create a communications strategy for your organization
  • Effectively tell your story
  • Get news media attention
  • Mobilize your advocates and rally for your cause with social media

Learn the skills you need to be an indispensable part of your organization’s team, and to mobilize your audience to action!

VIEW THE NEW TRAININGS, AND RESERVE YOUR SPACE TODAY!

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