Social Media Workshop for Non Profit Organizations

This seminar is designed to explore the initiatives of non-profit organizations. It will help prepare participants for success by providing a framework for approaching social media campaigns. Thanks to the partnership with Freshsight Queen’s,non-profit organizations that attend the workshop will also be eligible to receive pro-bono consulting services. All fees for attending this workshop will be covered by the organizing committee. Session Leader : Jessica Lui, International Youth Ambassador, World Vision Date & Time : Monday, October 29th, 2012, 6:00 – 7:30 pm Location : Goodes Hall, Room 108 What participants can expect to gain  Training in how to develop awareness for causes and relationships with sponsors through social media  Access to online training for non-profit organisation employees and volunteers

Registration Information Registration is limited, with priority given to representative from non-profit organizations. If you are interested in attending the workshop, please email leadershipqueens@hotmail.com by October 26th, 2012 with your name, organization, and number of people attending.

Jessica Lui
International Youth Ambassador World Vision As an International Youth Ambassador, Jessica is responsible for representing World Vision in a number of international roles that have ranged from supporting fundraising efforts in Toronto to field work in El Salvador. She has also served as a digital marketing intern at The David Suzuki Foundation, where she supported a national marketing campaign, and created a virtual classroom for digital media. In her spare time, she volunteers with Easter Seals Ontario, and McMaster’s Children Hospital. Jessica is an upper-year student at Queen’s University pursuing her Bachelor of Commerce. She is passionate about using her business skills to further social causes and wants to pursue a career that combines both.

Freshsight Queen’s
Freshsight Queen’s is a student run non-profit consulting group that empowers passionate students to improve the social well-being of their communities.