Webinars: March 28-April 18, 2013

webinarsI love a good webinar, and there are a ton of them out there! For those of you who aren’t familiar with them, they are seminars on a variety of topics, offered over the internet, usually with an expert speaker and a visual presentation. They’re great training for people with limited training budgets who want to know more about a particular development topic; many of them are offered for a nominal fee, and some are even free! I’ll be posting a list of them weekly; if you’re interested, follow the link for more information and to register. See my Webinars page for an ongoing listing. (NOTE: Membership may be required to access webinars.)

March 28 (Thursday):

(Cost: $40.00. Presenter: Andrea Berry. Host: IdealWare.)

(Cost: FREE. Presenter: Jennifer Holland. Host: National Council of Nonprofits.)

April 2 (Tuesday):

(Cost: FREE. Presenters: Geoffrey Peters, Sally Boucher. Host: WealthEngine.)

April 4 (Thursday):

(Cost: $40.00. Presenter: Laura Quinn. Host: IdealWare.)

April 11 (Thursday):

(Cost: $159.00. Presenters: Allison Porter, Rick. Host: Association of Fundraising Professionals.)

(Cost: FREE. Presenters: M. Bennet Broner. Host: Grant Professionals Association.)

(Cost: $75.00 for Early Bird; $96.00 after March 28. Presenters: Mark Shamley, Julie Gehrki, Dannielle Campos. Host: The Chronicle of Philanthropy.)

April 12 (Friday):

(Cost: $39.00. Presenter: Laura Stack. Host: The Productivity Pro.)

April 16 (Tuesday):

(Cost: FREE. Presenter: Danalisa Radu. Host: WealthEngine.)

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About agirlnamedkylie

I coordinate development for an historic movie theatre that is now a super duper arts machine. I live with my husband and our three cats in the house that he grew up in. When I'm not writing or working, I like to watch classic, foreign and independent movies, knit, cook, make lists, and be generally happy most of the time.

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