Thank You!

The Making Media Connections 2013 conference is over! Community Media Workshop would like to thank all the conference attendees, moderators, panelists, community partners and volunteers who participated in our 14th annual conference…

Walk-ins Welcome at Making Media Connections

Online registration for our June 4 communications conference – Making Media Connections – is now closed. If you don’t want to miss out on learning about innovations in nonprofit communications, meeting other nonprofit professionals and journalists, or a delightful lunch, you can register when you walk in to 1104 S. Wabash, 8th floor. We can’t wait to see you!

NP COMMUNICATOR: Modern Mobilizing

The newest post on the Nonprofit Communicator Blog is an insightful conversation with Tracy VanSlyke, co-director of The New Bottom Line and moderator for the Modern Mobilizing: Activism in the Digital Age panel at Making Media Connections. VanSlyke offers her revelations on how digital tools have changed activism.







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  • So, Your Boss Wants to Use Facebook… September 13, 2013
    Well, here’s a little Facebook 101 to get them started. Long gone are the days when Facebook was solely for personal use to keep in touch with classmates, friends and family. Now, many nonprofits, brands, and small businesses are using Facebook’s platform to reach their audience. Here at the Workshop, Facebook is a tool we […]The post So, Your Boss Wants to

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  • Low Wage Workers Forum, TONIGHT 2/11, 6 p.m. February 11, 2014
    The surge of groups speaking today for low wage workers is unprecedented in Chicago. What do they want? Who are they? What’s likely to happen? Tonight – Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. these workers, the groups that represent them, and the community organizations and others that are standing behind them will meet to discuss […]

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  • Covering Ferguson up close August 20, 2014
        In times of tragedy, we search for news we trust: news that tells us what’s happening and what it means to us . In Ferguson, Mo. journalists from everywhere are trying to give us this news. But there is a difference in the news that comes from the people who live up front […]

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