Upcoming Events

Web Copy Writing to Make a Difference - June 24

Location: San Francisco Impact Hub: 901 Mission Street San Francisco CA 94103

Host: SF Impact Hub/Writing to Make a Difference

Have you been putting off making needed changes to your website copy? Not sure what will make the most impact? Need some detailed feedback?

Of course, you know that your website is an essential part of your company’s marketing. It needs to speak to your readers their way. But actually cranking out that copy can sometimes be a challenge.  This hands-on working session is not just another workshop where you take time out of your busy schedule, learn about great ideas, but never implement them. Instead, it’s an opportunity to finally get that needed web copy writing project in motion (or even completed)!

In a small group setting, you will get:

1) Initial guidance and inspiration: planning fundamentals, insights about today’s web users, web-
friendly writing tips

2) Dedicated time and space to write (with prompts if you need them) or to ask specific questions of the
facilitator

3) Real-time feedback from the “focus group” in the room

By working alongside your colleagues you can share ideas and motivation to finally get those webpages written. The result? You walk away with copy you can start using right away. Bring your laptop or tablet loaded with any drafts you already have, and get ready to get your hands dirty (figuratively speaking)!

Space is very limited, so sign up today.

* Price includes a FREE day at Impact Hub San Francisco, a coworking & events space for a membership community of entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and professionals taking action to drive positive social and environmental change.

About the instructor:

Dalya Massachi, a writer since learning to hold a pencil, is founder of Writing for Community Success. She inspires and equips social sector professionals to use their writing to make a difference in their communities. Dalya is the award-winning author of the 2011 book, “Writing to Make a Difference: 25 Powerful Techniques to Boost Your Community Impact.” Her friendly, practical presentations share top techniques and insights drawn from her 20+ years of experience in the field.

A former journalist, Dalya now serves as the project manager, editor, and coach for many content marketers as they boost their visibility and market position—both online and offline.

Check out Dalya’s blog and free newsletter at: WritingToMakeADifference.com.

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Contact Name: Dalya Massachi

Contact E-mail : info@WritingToMakeADifference.com
 

 

SEA-Chicago Impact Hour - June 25

Location: Coalition: Impact
405 West Superior Street
Chicago, IL 60654

Hosted by SEA-Chicago in partnership with Coalition Impact

IMPACT HOUR is an interactive event for the #socent community to meet, mingle and learn from social entrepreneurs who have a wealth of knowledge about getting into the field and developing successful enterprise models to increase business and achieve its mission.

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Contact E-mail : sbell@socialenterprisechicago.org

 

SEA-Chicago Worklab - July 29

Doing might be the best form of learning. But when you know you want to make a difference and just aren’t sure how, it’s time to do the next best thing. Learn from those who have made that leap.

Join Social Enterprise Alliance–Chicago (SEAC) in the first Worklab of the year on July 29th to discover first hand how Bright Endeavors (BE) has provided young mothers a pathway out of poverty. Through job training and the production and sale of premium soy candles, BE has enabled high-risk adolescent mothers to take back control of their professional lives.

“This will be an immersive experience. Participants will gain more than just knowledge about a social enterprise business model. They will also hear the personal stories of the mothers impacted and get the opportunity to make beautiful candles together!” says Stephanie Wernet, SEA-Chicago Board Member and Co-founder of Bright Endeavors.

To improve the quality of interaction, space will be limited and filled on a first-come-first-serve basis. Early registration is recommended. Cost to attend is $10 for members.

To kick off the series of Worklabs, the regular cost to non-members has been discounted 60 percent to $15.

Sign up here to secure your spot today!  

 

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