To achieve your mission, you need your messages to be heard. But the information you send out travels in many directions. How can you shape and curate your content for the multitude of stakeholders you’d like to reach? Are your communications methods current? Are they effective in achieving your goals and meeting your audience’s needs? Your communication mediums carry your message, so making sure they’re turned on–and up–is key.

Is This Thing On? Amplifying your Message, the 2017 Nonprofit Communicators Workshop Series, aims to help you extend your communications range while engaging current and future supporters. This series of four workshops, presented by the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits and the Minnesota chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, will explore ways to expand beyond your existing audiences to move your mission forward.


You can register for a single session in the series by clicking on the links above, or you can register for the entire series of four workshops and save up to $30! The series is $150 for all four workshops for MCN and IABC members/$240 for all four workshops for nonmembers. 

All workshops are from 9 - 11 a.m. at Wilder Center in St. Paul. Free parking is available in the ramp adjacent to the facility.

Registration for IABC Members

If you have never attended an MCN session before, please created a user account. Use the code IABC_COMM_SERIES to receive the MCN member rate. If you need assistance with registering, please call 612-642-1904.

Nonprofit Communicators Workshop Series Planning Committee

Juliana Anderson Wilkins, COMPAS; Karina Carlson, University of Minnesota Foundation; Sarah Crumrine, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits; Madeline Graham, Significant Digits; Annette Hanley, Minnesota State Bar Association; Shannon McCarville, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits; Laura Mortenson Minnesota Budget Project; Mónica Nadal, Pollen; Alyssa Scott, jabber logic; Brooke Thomson, Annex Teen Clinic; Hannah VanSant-Ouellette, MCN AmeriCorps VISTA; Amy Wartick, Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota; and Austin Wiebe, CLUES

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