Creating Your Professional Brand Workshop (up to 100 attendees)

$950.00

A popular workshop for Life After AmeriCorps, this workshop is designed for current AmeriCorps members and alumni who are interested in networking and using LinkedIn or other social media for career development. Use this product to book this workshop for your members at a date and time of your choosing.

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A popular workshop for Life After AmeriCorps, this workshop is designed for current AmeriCorps members and alumni who are interested in networking and using LinkedIn or other social media for career development. Use this product to book this workshop for your members at a date and time of your choosing.

More about the workshop:

Corina Sadler, CVA will discuss how having a strong digital presence has shaped her career including preventing burnout and charting a path for success in the new digital workplace. Learn tips for using social media to boost your resume and add value to your position. Corina’s avid use of LinkedIn networking coupled with a passion for promoting volunteer engagement allows her to create deep conversations within the sector. Discussions are happening around why volunteer managers should showcase our work in new ways and how to promote ourselves to new audiences online. Learn tips to take your experience and perspective to new heights by telling your professional story online.

More about our presenter:

Corina Sadler, CVA is a Texas based Volunteer Engagement Professional specializing in local government programs. She has spent the last 17 years as a Hispanic leader in government and contributes committee work for several professional volunteer management associations. She enjoys providing volunteer management guidance to nonprofits and municipalities to unite communities through volunteerism. Corina has trained volunteer managers from across the country in-person and virtually. Ms. Sadler has a Bachelor of Science Degree in applied gerontology and nonprofit management from the University of North Texas. She has been a Certified Volunteer Administrator (CVA) since 2012.