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Alliance of Career Development Nonprofits
c/o The Women’s Alliance
1775 Eye Street, NW
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Washington, D.C. 20006

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1775 Eye Street, NW, Suite 1150
Washington, D.C. 20006
United States

We’re a growing network of career development nonprofits that provide business attire for women and men seeking work, empowering them to economic independence.

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Resources for Career Development Nonprofits | Virtual U | ACDN

Training for leaders of career development programs in fund development, board development, volunteer management, event planning, social media and more.

Webinars presented by experts
in their respective fields.

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ACDN’s signature Virtual U webinars provide opportunities for ACDN members (find out more about membership), to learn from experts in the areas of fund development, board development, volunteer management, event planning, social media and other best practices related to successful organization management. Four Best Practices and four Tech Labs are scheduled for each calendar year.


 
 

FEBRUARY: Crafting a Successful Social Media Campaign for National Smart & Sexy Day

Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Time: 9am PST / 10am MST / 11am CST / 12pm EST

This webinar will offer an overview of best practices for crafting a successful social media campaign for National Smart & Sexy Day or any event your agency presents. Bring an outline of your event PR plan as well as your best practice tips for developing successful social media and PR campaigns to share. We'll address questions to help you develop a strategy for an impactful event promotion. The 2018 ACDN Smart & Sexy Day Toolkit resources will be reviewed. 

Presenter: Gineyda Diaz, Bottomless Closet Operations Director

MARCH: A Space of Inclusion: Creating Gender Equity

Date: Friday, March 23, 2018

Time: 9am PST / 10am MST / 11am CST / 12pm EST (1 hour)

Any time we encounter something or someone we are not familiar with, trying to get it right can make us really anxious. We may try to say and do the right things—things we think are “normal” for everyone— or even try to guess what they might like or want, but ultimately end up hurting the person we are trying to serve without even knowing it. This training helps to make you more knowledgeable about transgender etiquette and to be more inclusive of transgender, queer, and gender non-conforming individuals’ needs in the service process.   

Speaker: Chelsey Branham, Director of Community Equity, YWCA Oklahoma City