The Toolkit Workshop Series


The Toolkit: A Skill-Sharpening Series

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In conjunction with the Community Research Unit, the U of R Career and Professional Development, and STOPS to Violence we are excited to offer the Toolkit Workshop Series for the fourth time. The series aims to teach students and community members skills that can help them with work in community based and non-profit organizations.

A series of half-day personal and professional development workshops, designed to teach students and community members skills that can help them work in non-profit and community-based organizations. Join us for one, or come for all four!

Registration for the 2017-18 Toolkit Workshop Series is NOW OPEN!

Monthly workshops resume for the 2017-18 season on September 27th. Attend one of our workshops to help gain the necessary skills to beef up your resume!

Communicating Effectively Online Via Facebook and E-News

TUESDAY, December 12, 2017 from 8:30am-12:00pm

This workshop will take place in our new location, First Nations University of Canada, FNUC 3304. The FNUC is located on the University of Regina Main Campus at the North East corner. Parking is available in lot 12M.

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WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:

Social media is constantly evolving. This workshop will demonstrate ways in which social media can be used as a tool for marketing, building connections, and engaging with the public. This half-day session is for people who want to use social media to reach a larger audience. It’s designed for people who are ready to start using social media but aren’t sure where to begin, and for those who have established a social media presence but aren’t sure how to most effectively use various social media channels. The session includes an overview of the most powerful and popular social media tools, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

Michelle Brownridge has worked in communications for Sask Culture and OSAC. She owns and operates EMBEE Inc., specializing in graphic design, photography, communications, and social media management.

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Here are a list of the workshops we offered this past year:

  • Wed, Jan 13, 2016- Communicating Effectively Across Cultures in the Contemporary Workplace

Facilitator: Angeline Chia

  • Tues, Feb 09, 2016- Volunteer Recruitment & Retention

Facilitator: Melanie Metcalf

  • Wed, Mar 16, 2016- Liberation and Empowerment through Non-Violent Communication

Facilitator: Raven Sinclair

  • Tues, Apr 13, 2016- Creating a Communications Plan for Your Organization

Facilitator: Michelle Brownridge

  • Tues, Sept 13, 2016- Planning and Evaluating Programs: A Beginner’s Guide

Facilitator: Dan Holbrow

  • Wed, Oct 13, 2016- Grant & Proposal Writing

Facilitator: Bob Friedrich

  • Wed, Nov 14, 2016- Social Media Marketing

Facilitator: Michelle Brownridge

  • Wed, Dec 14, 2016- Fundraising for Board Members

Facilitator: Christina Attard

  • Wed, Jan 11, 2017- Start with Why

Facilitator: Kevan McBeth

  • Wed, Feb 8, 2017- Should I Start a Non-Profit?

Facilitators: Nikko Snyder & Amanda Kuckartz

  • Tues, Mar 14, 2017- Working & Learning Together Across Generations

Facilitators: Kerrie Strathy, Marj Thiessen, & Cam Fraser

For more info about the Workshop Series you can visit their website here.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at outreach@rpirg.org

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