Advocating for STEM in ESSA Webinar
- A special Q&A session with political advocacy expert Joe Walsh.
- June 27 3-4pm ET
How can you promote STEM in ESSA planning and implementation? We have an opportunity to host a special Q&A session with political advocacy expert Joe Walsh. After a presentation on resources developed through the Every Student Succeeds with STEM effort, you will have the chance to ask questions directly of our expert and your fellow partners.
A big shout-out to the nearly 20 partners who collectively funded the development of this toolkit through the Every Student Succeeds with STEM effort.
Mobilization Challenge Webinar
- A Mobilization Challenge Webinar to elevate teachers’ voices in the conversation to prioritize STEM in ESSA.
- March 28 6:30 PM
Invite your teachers to sign up for a Mobilization Challenge Webinar designed to elevate teachers’ voices in the conversation to prioritize STEM in ESSA as a part of the Every Student Succeeds with STEM effort.
Copy/paste this blurb:
“Teachers: Amplify your voice in the conversation on STEM learning in ESSA. Join the Every Student Succeeds with STEM effort for a webinar on March 28th, at 6:30pm ET/3:30pm PT, to access easy-to-use tools and tips to get involved in the conversation and celebrate STEM teaching. During it, you will learn how to spread your ideas about why STEM is so impactful on kids and why it should be a priority in every state under ESSA. Sign up here. To learn more about the Every Student Succeeds with STEM effort, visit www.successwithstem.org.”
STEM in ESSA Webinar
- A Mobilization Challenge webinar for tools and tips to use social media to influence ESSA state plans.
- February 28 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm EST
Virtual event to test
- What do you say to donors and other supporters of your cause in between asking them for money? Join us to learn the secrets.
- December 27 1:00pm to 2:00pm ET
What do you say to donors and other supporters of your cause in between asking them for money? During this workshop, you’ll develop an editorial calendar for a donor communications plan that comes full circle: asking for support, thanking supporters, offering additional ways to get engaged, and reporting results before asking again.
Example to test
- All of these topics can be scaled up or down to match the time available. The more time available, the more exercises that participants can do. Join us.
- December 28–30 9:30am to 10:30am ET
Your nonprofit can’t succeed if you only talk to yourself. You have to communicate with others and get them involved in your work. But if you are like most nonprofits, you are making your communications plan up as you go. And like most nonprofits, you probably feel like your communications, marketing, and fundraising are both overwhelming and underperforming. You can change that.