An assortment of outreach flyers and advertisements for events organized by corps member Molly Higgins.
A guide to putting on a Barnraising event created by corps member Katie Ingersoll.
“This manual is designed for Prometheus staff, interns, or volunteers involved in organizing a radio barnraising. Its based on the experiences of staff at barnraisings over the years, and was written after the WGXC barnraising in September 2010. Its designed to provide information primarily about the logistical considerations involved in a barnraising, and problems that might come up.”
Is online organizing really ‘organizing’? That’s a challenging question for those of us from a labor or community organizing background. That said, online organizing has received a lot of positive attention recently in connection with the presidential elections. What does this mean for our organizations? What skills do we need to share to make the most of no-longer-new online tools for our campaigns in New York?
Registration is now open. Tickets are $15.
Registration on the day of the event will be $20.
Barriers, Opportunities, and Policy Recommendations will continue the open discussion among the FCC and all who have a stake in the future of broadband and its accessibility for people with disabilities, including the disability community, network and service providers, equipment manufacturers, and software producers, technologists, economists, academics, representatives from trade associations and non-profits, and representatives from tribal, local, state, and federal governments.
Non-Profit Guide to Planning and Running Events: Festivals, Concerts, Fundraisers, Art Shows and More
This comprehensive Event Planning Guide was created by VISTA members Stephen Fonzo and Nicole Pion at the Independent Media Center in Urbana, IL. It includes advice and tips for Setting the Date, Choosing a Venue/Location, Format, Promotion, Budget, Team & Staff, Catering & Entertainment, Networking, and Documentation.