Social Work Continuing Education: Community Resource Network (CRN) Initiative
COMMUNITY RESOURCE NETWORK (CRN) INITIATIVE (FREE)
The mission of the CRN Initiative is to faciliate relationships through creating bridges in the nonprofit world. We hope that this effort will help support unity between agencies, institutions, and communities to strengthen social work goals for change in society. To accomplish this effort, the CRN Initiative will host networking gatherings to help agencies form partnerships. Additionally we will host conferences which aim to bring stakeholders together from all systems of social change (not just academia) to share knowledge, research, and best practices.
Our main effort is in the form of monthly structured gatherings to facilitate quality networking for organizations to connect with each other, partner to fill their gaps in service delivery, and to help maintain consumer capacity in current programs. One representative from each agency will attend and share with the group comprehensive information on their services, upcoming events, and referral process. Each meeting will include a short in-service training on a topic determined by CRN members.
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month from 8:30am - 10:00am. All meetings are FREE and include light refreshments.
Next Meeting Date:
June 12, 2014
How Social Media Can Help Your Agency
Kelly Byrd, Likeable Media, Account Manager
This presentation will show you how to raise funds, engage communities, and advocate for causes.
Ms. Byrd's past clients have ranged from nonprofit and startup to Fortune 100 companies. Prior to Likeable, Kelly was the public relations and social media director at talkTECH Communications and worked for and with National Yoga Month, Quantum Rewards, and Weber Shandwick.
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Call For Proposals/Presentations
SHARE YOUR EXPERTISE: The CRN Initiative is inviting agencies, academics, policymakers, and community leaders to submit
From Agencies to Academia: Sharing Expertise From the Field
Child Well-being in the New York Tri-State Area
September 13, 2014
proposals to present at our conference on Child Well-Being. Let's learn from each other and collaborate on making changes to the system.
Deadline for Submissions: June 1st
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