One of the requests I often get is for information about launching a nonprofit or social change project. While I know of several resources for this type of endeavor, I am super excited that DoSomething.org, an organization that empowers young people to take action, has teamed up with Justgood.tv to live stream their Social Action Boot Camp from San Francisco! Beyond watching the boot camp, you’ll be able to interact with participants and ask questions. So here’s a great chance to get more information on being a social change agent for a cause you care about.
I’m sharing the live stream here and more details about the event are below. I hope you find this useful!
Here is more information:
When: June 19th (9am to 4:30pm PST; noon to 7:30pm EST)
What: How-to sessions on starting and running your own community action projects or social enterprises
9:00-9:30: Morning Address from Aria Finger, Do Something, COO
9:40-10:35: Branding and Marketing: How to find your voice and tell your story
10:45-11:40: Becoming a Leader: Team structure and leadership strategies
12:50-1:20: Do Something Youth Panel (Learn from 3 young people running their social change projects)
1:30-2:25: Partnerships: How to effectively partner with both for-profits and not-for-profits
2:35-3:30: Creating a Great Website: How to build a new site or improve your existing one
3:40-4:30: Interviews with young social leaders
Throughout the live webcast programming, there will be opportunities to ask questions to guests and speakers. Just sign on via Twitter or Facebook chat or tweet your remarks to @justgoodtv with #dscamp and our producer will place your questions or comments in queue.
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