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EENC Webinar - Social Media: What's the Point and How to Use It

  • 10 Jun 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Learn the basics of social media from what each platform is for, how to utilize each to build your professional or personal brand and the best practices for inclusivity. Learn the ropes of common tools like hashtags, emojis, and hyperlinks. This webinar is a crash course for folks just starting to use social media or for those interested in tips for advancing their skills and brand. 

Presenter: Berkeley Bryant
Berkeley Bryant received her undergraduate degree in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management from Colorado State University and was an environmental educator for 5 years. She has more than 6 years of experience in social media marketing and communications and currently resides in Graham, N.C with her partner, one dog, one cat and four rescue kittens. 

About the EENC Webinar Series
Thanks to our amazing donors this spring, EENC is launching a webinar series to help environmental educators continue to build skills as we all negotiate the new normal with COVID-19. Throughout the series, we hope to cover a wide range of topics. Webinars may focus on lesson plans, curricula development, technology and virtual learning, naturalist skills/knowledge, educator self-care or environmental education operations such as communications, strategic planning for your program/department, risk management, or equity and inclusion.

Webinar registration is free and open to anyone to attend, but is limited to 100 participants.

Webinar will qualify for Criteria III and continuing education for NC DEQ EE Certificate.

A recording of the webinar will be sent to attendees afterward.  It will also be posted on EENC's members-only page - so if you're an EENC member and not able to attend during the scheduled time, no need to register!

Environmental Educators of North Carolina

P.O. Box 4904
Chapel Hill, NC 27515-4904

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