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Next Level Webinar Series Now Available (Members Only)

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Nov 06, 2015

Recordings are now available of the Guild’s recent Next Level Webinar Series. These in-depth webinars feature practical advice, strategies, and tools in evaluation, fundraising, and marketing to help take your organization to the next level.

The available webinars include:

•    How We Know: Evaluation for Learning, Improving, and Managing
Kamella Tate, owner/principal of KTA/LLC, explains that well-designed and right-sized evaluations do more than keep funders happy: They help us document impact, improve practice, inform planning, and power up our fundraising efforts. This webinar will help you become conversant with the vocabulary, skills, and tools of assessment and evaluation -- just what you need to measure effectiveness, get better at what you do, and find and tell your story. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/1RxGFiE

•    Fundraising for Impact
Robert McAllister, Dean, Colburn Community School of the Performing Arts, and Laurie Selik, Manger, Foundation and Corporate Giving, Colburn Community School of the Performing Arts, describe the fundraising effort that allowed Colburn to increase commitment of financial aid and scholarship resources from $150,000 in 2007 to over $590,000 annually. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/1Q7trM6

•    More Bang for the Same Buck: Getting the Most Out of Marketing Resources
Kaufman Music Center’s director of marketing, Eric Nelson, explains how a combination of applying best practices and employing new tactics can lead to increased patron engagement for community arts education organizations of any size. Eric gives an overview of the marketing trends that provide a basis for the Center’s plan, shares some of the tools they use (and why), and discusses how the Center has increased results without increasing its budget. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/1WzV2cU

This series is a members-only benefit. You must login to access these recordings.
 

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