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Are you feeling cut off from your customary sources of inspiration and support? Then you‘ll want to join AWC-SB for our September 9 networking meeting.
Meet with the AWC Membership Chair and Past-President Mitzie Zerr to learn more about AWC National, resources available to your chapter’s Membership committee, and the upcoming Membership and Homecoming Campaigns in October. This meeting is for any member in the Membership Committee Chair position in your local chapter.
Zoom. Participants will receive a link to join the meeting after registration.
Lauren Eckhardt is an award-winning author, ghostwriter, book mentor and the founder of Burning Soul Press and the Executive Director of The Writing Champions Project. A passion for all forms of creativity, she’s focused on helping people use their creative strengths to launch vocations that maximize their passions and impact on the world around them. Lauren is also the mama to two little boys who are a continual source of inspiration. Join the AWC Bloomington-Normal Chapter to learn about pursuing your burning passion and the art and success of storytelling.
Registration for this free event is required. Participants will receive a link to join the virtual meeting after registration.
Meet with the AWC Chair Anita Parran and Vice Chair Allison Buehner to learn more about AWC National, resources available to you and your chapter, and working with your local chapter leaders. This meeting is for any member in the Chair, President, Vice Chair, Vice President, or President-Elect positions in your local chapter.
Meet with the AWC Student Outreach Chair Julie Navickas to learn more about AWC National, resources available to you and your student chapter, and expectations and requirements of your campus chapter. This meeting is for any member in the Faculty Advisor position with a student chapter.
Join the AWC Book Club!
From July 31-September 17, we are reading Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid. On September 17 at 7pm CT, we will host a discussion to share our reading experiences. Register to join the call!
Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Cafe
Catch up with members and meet new members while enjoying breakfast and coffee before heading to work.
Meet with the AWC Treasurer Pat Meads and incoming Treasurer Judy Morency to learn more about AWC National, the responsibilities of running your local chapter’s finances, and resources provided by AWC. This meeting is for any member in the Treasurer or Finance Chair positions in your local chapter.
A free workshop to help you become aware of your "inner polarizer" and learn a useful method for disagreeing with others.
Much of today’s polarization is driven by how we talk with like-minded people about those on the other side. Too often, we stereotype, dismiss, or ridicule our fellow citizens who support the other political party, its leaders, and its policies.
This two-part workshop will teach you how to be critical without demonizing, dismissing, or stereotyping large swaths of the population.
Part one: At your convenience, attend a 40 minute, interactive online course on the Braver Angels website (this course must be completed prior to the live online session on September 24).
Part two: Practice what you‘ve learned in a two-hour, online workshop Sept 24, 11 am - 1 pm, PST.
If you‘re interested in examining your own inner polarization, please join us for this important and timely event.
This event will be held via GoToWebinar. A separate e-mail from GoToWebinar with access information
One of the hottest business topics of the day is “big data.” There are hundreds of articles that tell us we already have a lot of it, need to mine and harvest it, learn how to better use and measure it. Where do we start? At this workshop, Speaker Barnabas Helmy will help us dive into the world of digital marketing and data analysis. “Data really does drive my advertising and it’s relatively straightforward to learn,” Helmy says. An accomplished speaker on this subject, you’ll learn about methods and how to make them work for your business or organization.
Do you understand how to fully exploit the power of Twitter as a business tool? Receive expert advice at our virtual event on September 24. AWC member Kristen Ellison, digital marketing specialist and former senior account manager at Twitter Los Angeles, and Chad Rumminger, Twitter’s Senior Group Manager in Detroit, will increase your Twitter know how and share success stories you can leverage.
Meet with the AWC Secretary and Greater Des Moines Chapter President Peggy Fleming and Tulsa Chapter Past-President Jillian Schillaci to learn more about AWC National, resources available to you on the AWC website, and practiced strategies for programming success for your chapter. This meeting is for any member in the Professional Development, Programming, or Education Committee Chair positions in your local chapter.