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Webinar 4: 25 Engaging Tools in 60 Minutes

Webinar 4: 25 Engaging Tools in 60 Minutes

Editor’s Note: A special thank you to author @jillgordon for sharing the last of four of Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana’s webinar series. Today’s post focuses on engaging tools you can use in your program too! Click on the webinar link below “Engaging Tools in 60 Minutes” for the full program. And keep your eyes open, Jill will be adding to this series with additional content from Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana. 

The Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana (YPII) created a 4-part webinar series in 2016 to promote next-gen giving and youth engagement. These engaging sessions featured local and national experts on the topics of service learning and project-based volunteerism, youth grantmaking, youth leadership, and tips for engaging youth in philanthropy.

Get ready for a lightning round of proven tools and strategies to raise your adult advising game with 25 Engaging Tools in 60 Minutes. This webinar will leave you empowered with practical resources and a plethora of ideas to take back to your youth giving programs.

Presenter Eric Rowles, President, and CEO of Leading to Change uses his energizing personality to cover the best of technology, program design, media, and even youth texting/communication methods. Eric is a nationally recognized trainer, speaker, and consultant who has worked with over 150,000 youth, adults, administrators, professionals, and policymakers within the past 15 years. His presentations are legendary and artfully combine the energy and innovation of a master trainer while reaching diverse groups through his stories, research, and on-the-ground strategies.

The Youth Philanthropy and Next-Gen webinar series incorporates the Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana’s 4-Pillar Youth Philanthropy Model of serving, giving, leading, and engaging to explain the progression youth take from caring within their families to engaging others in their communities. Participants of youth-serving organizations will receive real-world examples and resources they can integrate into their out-of-school learning time.

 

For breakfast, I had coffee with almond milk and ate leftover peanut butter sandwiches (crust cut off) in the car from my son’s Kindergarten A to Z lunch!

Author: @jillgordon

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    Thank you for the resource!

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