Jewish Day School Social Media Academy 2012-13

The Jewish Day School Social Media Academy is an intensive program designed to help Jewish Day Schools advance their strategic use of social media in areas such as communication, marketing, community building, alumni relations and development.  

The full Academy runs throughout the 2012-13 academic year, and includes live events, online training via webinar, and private coaching and consulting for each school. We've selected a cohort of 20 schools to matriculate through an intensive training, coaching and project-based curriculum during the 2012-13 academic year. 

The 10 part webinar series is open to all representatives from Jewish Day Schools, at no cost, thanks to support from The AVI CHAI Foundation.  Please use the form below to sign up.  We'll send you notifications and login information for each upcoming webinar in the series. All are recorded and archived so you can return to them at a future date if you're unable to attend live. Each school is welcome to bring multiple representatives to the webinars.  Our schedule (past webinars include links to replay the recording):

October 25, 2-3pm eastern:  Foundations of Social Media
November 6th,  2-3pm eastern: Maturing Your Facebook Use
November 20th, 2-3pm eastern:  Social Media Policies and Guidelines
December 11th, 2-3pm eastern:  Social Media Metrics
December 19th, 1-2pm eastern: Content Generation and Curation
January 8th, 2-3pm eastern: Social Fundraising
January 22, 1-2pm eastern: Using Photos and Video Effectively
March 5th, 2-3pm eastern: Brandraising Through Social Media
March 20, 2-3pm eastern: Integrating Website, Email and Social Media
April 17, 1-2pm eastern: Evaluating Shiny Objects

 REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR SERIES HERE:

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Please see the full press release for this program, including a listing of the 20 schools chosen for the Academy, below.  Thanks to the AVI CHAI Foundation for funding the 2012-13 Jewish Day School Social Media Academy.

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