Many of us lack the budget or time to go to continuing education conferences. So what can you do to improve your skills? Check out these hubs of online learning!
On Twitter this week, we've been promoting a lot of NTEN's upcoming webinars. Their webinars cost $30 for members and $60 for non-members. Here are just a few of the webinars they have scheduled for the next month:
The Foundation Center offers a host of webinars on a wide array of topics, from grant seeking to branding, and lots of other subjects, too. Many of their webinars are free, though some do cost money. Some of their upcoming webinars include:
Guidestar offers webinars on a variety of subjects, too. Some are free and open to the public, while some are restricted only to certain Guidestar members. Here's what they have brewing:
VolunteerMatch offers tons of free webinars on topics related to working with volunteers (surprising subject matter, I know!). Here are some of their upcoming offerings:
Learning on your schedule
For those with even more time/budgetary constraints, lots of websites offer free access to their recorded and archived webinars as well. Small Act does this, for example. Here's a sampling of what we've got available right now:
- Why ROI Matters: Justifying Social Media to Management
- Shooting the Rapids: Social Media and Advocacy
- DIY social media video for your nonprofit
- Doing a Lot With a Little: Managing Social Media Within Time and Cultural Limitations (one of our most popular webinars!)
Keep updated on upcoming webinars
WildApricot posts a comprehensive roundup of nonprofit webinars for each month on their blog. Be sure to check it out!