Free October Webinars for Library Staff

Compiled by the Wyoming State Library /

photo of webinar in block letters and cup of coffeeThis month's list of free online conferences and webinars brings a wealth of learning topics for library staff. From accessibility to fundraising, and from management to technology, there something here for everyone on your team. Remember that webinars and online conferences are a great way to gather staff, volunteers, and board members to learn together on a topic. We hear from many libraries that webinars provide an opportunity for staff to "get on the same page" and to implement strategies at their libraries with fresh perspective and shared goals. Provided by the Wyoming State Library, this valuable resource comes out every month and is regularly updated on the Free Training page, where you can also view the offerings by topic.

For additional training, check out the WebJunction Catalog, free and open to library staff and volunteers everywhere.

Online Conferences

October 12: School Library Journal Day of Dialog 2023 Fall (School Library Journal)
Join us October 12th for the most anticipated librarian gathering of the Fall/Winter 2023 publishing season—fully virtual and free to attend! Our daylong program of author panels, in-depth conversations, and keynote talks will leave you informed, inspired, and entertained.  Come hear about the hottest forthcoming titles for children, tweens, and teens, from nonfiction and romance to picture books and graphic novels. You can also visit the virtual exhibit hall to network with leading publishers, enjoy intimate author chats, and download digital galleys and other free resources.

October 19: Cautiously Embracing the Future of Libraries (ai4Libraries)
The ai4Libraries Conference is scheduled to be held virtually from the Georgia Tech Library on October 19, 2023, serves as an important platform to explore the potential benefits of AI in libraries. This conference aims to bring together librarians, subject matter experts, practitioners, enthusiasts, and skeptics to exchange ideas, share experiences, and chart a path towards a future where AI plays a significant role in driving library services.

October 26: Journal Day of Dialog (Library Journal)
For more than two decades, Library Journal’s Day of Dialog has been the most anticipated librarian-only gathering of the year. Now it’s gone digital and is free to attend! The next all-day event is scheduled for October 26 and will feature a close-up look at the biggest forthcoming books for winter/spring 2024. Once again, you will hear from top authors in genre fiction, literary fiction, and nonfiction and learn about the latest titles and trends. And you still get to dialog by visiting virtual booths, talking with authors, and networking with colleagues.


October 2

Build Your Toolkit: GrantStation Resources for Grant Proposal Writers (Grantstation)
The most successful proposal writers are talented researchers AND writers. In order to succeed in the competitive grants environment, you must fill your toolkit with a wide range of knowledge, skills, and resources that will allow you to work at your highest level. That way, you can help your nonprofit organization grow and thrive. During this TargetED event, Alice Ruhnke will provide an overview of the free tools GrantStation has available to help you write stellar grant proposals and enhance your skills.

October 3

Earth Science Week: Innovating for Earth and People (STAR Net)
Join STAR Net and the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program as we celebrate Earth Science Week! We will be showcasing GLOBE’s new documentary film series: Agents of Change. We will be joined by the director of the series, Jan Heiderer, and sharing hands-on activities all about water, Earth science, and innovation for a more sustainable world!

Library Love for LibraryReads (Booklist)
What are your colleagues recommending? Find out during Booklist’s free, one-hour webinar! Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Rebecca Vnuk, Executive Director of LibraryReads—a monthly nationwide picks list for adult fiction and non-fiction titles that library staff from across the country have loved reading and cannot wait to share! Plus, you’ll get a sneak peek at some of these titles during presentations from Penguin Random House Library Marketing, W.W. Norton & Company, and HTP Books!

Climate Justice (WebJunction and Sustainable Libraries Initiative)
Climate justice recognizes the disproportional impacts of climate change on the people and places least responsible for the problem: systematically oppressed communities and communities of color. Libraries that approach climate action through the lens of climate justice can accelerate necessary work in communities to ensure all are heard in disaster preparedness and emergency management work. Learn how to think like a 21st century economist and how libraries can help lead the way to a just transition of our communities to strengthen community resilience and livability not just in the aftermath of climate change-driven disasters, but well before they ever happen.

Social Media 101 for Nonprofits (Firespring)
This session includes practical tips and tools for extending your cause and mission via social media. We cover the basics of using social media for your nonprofit organization and give you handy tips for the “big 3:” Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. You may be surprised to learn that Facebook is less important than you’ve been told and LinkedIn may be more important.

October 4

NCompass Live: APPLE in Kansas - Training for New Library Directors (Nebraska Library Commission)
Robin will discuss the year long intensive training program that is available for new directors in KS - APPLE, Applied Public Library Education. She's been with the program since its first year and will talk about how it came about, how it has evolved to its current form and how it will be changing in the future. She'll cover topics that are presented to new directors as well as the "intangibles" of the training - such as the network of peer support that every new director who goes through the program has access to. Join us as we talk about what new library directors really need (supported by 10 years of surveys and feedback forms) in order to excel at their jobs.

Your Magic Wand for Calm Staff and Children (edWeb)
Join us for an engaging edWebinar with concrete strategies and tools to address many of the challenges facing our educational environments. Back for a fourth time, kids yogi and recording artist Bari Koral is known for making mindfulness and self-care easy and simple. With her fresh take, she presents amazing new tools, fun yoga music, and easy actions for peace and calm. Bari will share how just five minutes a day can add up to big results in managing your children, your classroom, and your own stress.

Gearing Up Your Grant Strategies for 2024 (Nonprofit Hub)
During this 60-minute webinar with Alice Ruhnke, President of GrantStation, you’ll learn about current giving trends and how you can maximize your grant strategies. This session will explore three key areas and provide you with action steps you can take now to gear up your grant seeking and proposal development for 2024.

LeVar Burton LIVE in Conversation with Da’Taeveyon Daniels (Banned Books Week)
Actor, director, literacy advocate—and Banned Books Week 2023 Honorary Chair—LeVar Burton will discuss his anti-censorship work with Banned Books Week Youth Honorary Chair Da’Taeveyon Daniels during this rare live event, which will stream on Instagram.

Growing Readers Together: Silverton Public Library (Colorado State Library)
Join Growing Readers Together this autumn to celebrate and learn from the work of seven 2023 Buell Foundation grantee libraries! From outdoor playscapes and amphitheaters to reimagined indoor children’s sections; from intergenerational community service projects to creative outreach and programming efforts, you’ll have the opportunity to explore many different ways of building library service to informal family, friend, and neighbor caregivers into your library’s unique approach to early childhood.

Tackling Burnout: Could Supporting Working Parents Be the Secret? (Bloomerang)
Join Lacey Kempinski, CFRE (Founder, Balanced Good) as she discusses the benefits of supporting working parents and provides tangible examples and takeaways. Whether you are a working parent or a non-profit leader, this is a session you do not want to miss.

Pre-Application Webinar for Round 2 of Libraries Transforming Communities: Accessible Small and Rural Communities (Programming Librarian)
Round 2 of Libraries Transforming Communities: Accessible Small and Rural Communities is open to libraries in the U.S. and U.S. territories that serve small or rural communities. The Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) defines libraries serving small and rural communities as those located in an area that's more than, or equal to, five miles from an urbanized area and with a population of 25,000 or less. Selected libraries will conduct community input-gathering sessions to identify existing accessibility resources, needs, and priorities. Libraries will be required to identify the primary audience they are hoping to reach and facilitate a community conversation with the impacted populations in order to guide improvement of the library’s services. Grant funds may be used to create services or improve library facilities based on the needs identified by the primary audience.

October 5

Collaborating for Access: Libraries and Indie Publishers (Digital Public Library of America)
What do librarians REALLY want from publishers, and how can smaller and independent publishers create a better ecosystem? In our sixth Collaborating for Access webinar, COSLA, DPLA, and ReadersFirst are partnering with the Independent Publisher Caucus,  to bring together librarians and smaller and independent publishers to explore how they can work together to provide greater access for patrons. Topics will include: Opportunities for independent publishers in the library market; licensing options that are most attractive to libraries; and ways that libraries and independent publishers can work together to mutual benefit.

Open Access and Artificial Intelligence (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries)
Artificial intelligence and its impact on libraries and other cultural heritage institutions is a current hot topic, and in just a few weeks the inaugural ai4Libraries(opens in new window) conference will convene for a day of discussion and reflection. Join us as we speak with ai4Libraries(opens in new window) founder Anu Moorthy, who is coming to us from Georgia Tech where she is an Electronic Resources Librarian. She will be speaking briefly about the ai4Libraries conference, and then we will open the floor for questions and discussion about the intersections of artificial intelligence and open access.

October 9

Artificial Intelligence and Generative AI: Empowering a Deeper Conversation (edWeb)
The challenges and opportunities involving Artificial Intelligence (AI) hit the education world by storm in the spring of 2023. In this edLeader Panel, three leading-edge, innovative superintendents are joined by the Executive Director of the Indiana CTO Council and former CoSN Board Chair to share their experiences and guidance on navigating the positive and effective uses of AI and generative AI (i.e., ChatGPT) within K-12 school settings. Attendees will come to understand AI’s potential for good within K-12 education systems along with the myths and fears that have arisen in recent months. Access to free resources that clearly define how best to leverage AI and generative AI applications like ChatGPT within school settings will be shared.

October 10

Public Library Policy Review and Development (Montana State Library)
Presenter: Tracy Cook--Participants will learn about the importance of regular policy review; Participants will learn about resources to support policy development

Minnesota's Law Library Service to Prisoners Program (Federal Depository Library Program)
This Webinar will discuss the legal reference services the Minnesota State Law Library provides to people incarcerated in state prison facilities. She will also cover the particulars of the interagency agreement between the Law Library and the Minnesota Department of Corrections.

Fall in Love with Series Nonfiction (Booklist)
It’s finally fall but as the weather cools, new series nonfiction titles are heating up! Catch up with us and representatives from Rourke Educational Media, Bellwether Media, The Child's World, The Creative Company and Scholastic as they share their upcoming series nonfiction titles that you’ll be sure to fall in love with.

5 Kinds of Nonfiction: Rethinking Your Book Collection (Follett)
The 5 Kinds of Nonfiction (5KNF) classification system guides educators and students in classifying the wide world of nonfiction into five major categories (active, browsable, traditional, expository literature, and narrative) that highlight how the books can best be used in the school setting to support the research process, to model informational writing and procedural writing, and to enrich content-area instruction. Understanding the system also helps students identify the kinds of books they enjoy reading most.

October 11

International Games Month: What is it and should I sign up? (Indiana State Library)
Join us for this panel discussion about International Games Month. We will cover things new for this year as well as examples from both academic and public libraries for programming ideas and how to engage your users. We are leaving time for Q&A and a rich discussion.

Meet the Grantmakers (The Grantsmanship Center)
Enjoy this series of conversations with leaders from the world of philanthropy. Hear about the issues that concern you and that shape grantmaking today. Meet the people who understand what drives decisions at the top levels of philanthropic giving. We think you'll be impressed and inspired by the panelists' commitment to their communities and their passion to work in partnership with dedicated nonprofit and government professionals achieving meaningful change. Come enjoy an hour that’s sure to offer new insights and lift your spirits.

Introduction to proposal writing (Candid)
Are you new to proposal writing or want a quick refresher? If so, you don't want to miss one of our most popular classes!

Revitalizing Morale: Cultivating a Supportive Library Culture
Building on research and insights presented in the webinar, Low Morale in Libraries: Impacts and Countermeasures, this panel discussion delves deeper into essential facets that foster a healthy and supportive library culture, exploring institutional and individual solutions to countering low morale. Examining how organizational culture, library hierarchies, and management styles affect the workplace experiences of library staff, we’ll explore various strategies for library staff working to navigate power dynamics and advocate for positive personal or organizational change.

October 12

Financial Statement Boot Camp: How to read, understand, and use financial statements to better run your nonprofit (Charity Village)
What’s a balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows and why should you care? During this webinar we’ll do a detailed walkthrough of financial statements and talk through accounting fundamentals like cash-based accounting versus accrual accounting, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and Accounting Standards for Not-for-Profit Organizations. We will also cover different types of revenue recognition and why it’s important to NPOs. If you are running or working at a Not-for-Profit Organization and have been intimidated by financial statements, this is your opportunity to get up to speed.

Orientation to Legal Research Webinar: U.S. Federal Statutes (Law Library of Congress)
This entry in the series provides an overview of U.S. statutory and legislative research, including information about how to find and use the U.S. Code, the U.S. Statutes at Large, and U.S. federal bills and resolutions.

The Internet Generation: Connecting with Gen Z in the Library Landscape (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries)
The next generation of students and library workers is purpose-driven with a global mindset. Not a monolith, they are the first generation to grow up without memory of a time before the internet. This generational snapshot will help academic librarians understand experiences and perspectives of our Gen Z students and team members.

Reporting and Investigating Elder Financial Exploitation (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau)
Learn what happens after elder financial exploitation has been reported. Elder justice professionals will discuss their organizations’ roles in reporting and investigating elder financial exploitation, as well as share resources for the field.

PLA 2023 Technology Survey: Free Information Session (Public Library Association)
This free webinar will provide an overview of PLA’s 2023 Technology Survey and cover why your library’s response matters. The survey explores current assets and emerging trends in public libraries, including technology capacity, resources for patrons, infrastructure, digital literacy, and staffing. Presenters will share how results from the 2020 Technology Survey have been critical to advancing digital equity initiatives from the local to national level. The data gathered in 2023 will shed light on how the field has evolved in the past three years and help position libraries for new broadband funding opportunities in 2024.

Get to Know the National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers (Network of the National Library of Medicine)
This is the first installment of Bridging the Digital Divide: Telehealth and Libraries webinar series.Libraries are well-known for having reliable digital infrastructure and responding to consumer health information needs. As telehealth services become an increasingly prominent part of the healthcare landscape, library workers may wonder if or how they can support sustainable telehealth access in their communities. The National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers (NCTRC) provides timely and accurate information on telehealth across the nation. Library workers of all kinds can benefit from learning how to access support from NCTRC.

October 14

Future Ready Librarians® Fall Summit 1 (All4Ed/Future Ready Librarians)
The Future Ready Librarians® Summit is a FREE, live, virtual, interactive, high-quality professional learning experience for librarians interested in learning, growing, and expanding their professional practice through collaboration and networking with like-minded colleagues from across the country.

October 17

Introduction to individual giving (Candid)
A successful nonprofit organization has diversified funding streams, and individual donors play an important role. If you or your organization is new to individual giving, this webinar is for you. We’ll provide you with an overview of the fundraising landscape and walk you through the key components of an individual giving program.

Why Your Annual Report Should Be a Marketing Tool and Not a Snooze Fest (Firespring)
Is your annual report a real bore? A good annual report goes beyond pages of financial data and compels your audience to take action. In this session you will walk away with all the tools you need to create an annual report that spotlights your organization and energizes your donors.

October 18

The Future Will See You Now: AI for Healthcare, A Library’s Perspective (Network of the National Library of Medicine)
In this special edition of Health Bytes, we’ll discuss the criticisms and concerns that AI technology is garnering and its potential effect on jobs, education, and libraries. With AI, comes the need for more student–centered learning and greater information literacy needs which libraries can provide. Please come and explore the potential benefits and drawbacks of AI. Make sure to bring questions for our interactive discussion for this special edition of Health Bytes!

NCompass Live: Learning Opportunities and Resources from WebJunction (Nebraska Library Commission)
WebJunction provides a range of library-specific, online, and on-demand courses and webinars to help meet your continuing education needs. Whether you are looking to pick up a new skill, or to find inspiration for a new idea, these resources can help you take the first, or next step. With the support of the Nebraska Library Commission, all of the content, webinars and courses are free, and you’ll find topics ranging from customer service to organizational management to space planning. Join this session for a tour of WebJunction and to hear about these flexible and dynamic learning opportunities!

Info2Go! A Travelogue of Serbia Libraries (Idaho Commission for Libraries)
ICfL’s Deputy State Librarian Dylan Baker took a global experience course trip to Serbia in May 2023 as part of his Master of Library Science program. During this 10-day international trip, he visited 10 libraries/archives, 4 museums, and 1 ancient Roman city. Join us for an entertaining travelogue of photos and stories from Dylan’s trip to Serbia, including ideas and inspiration for Idaho libraries from the other side of the world.

National Citizen and Community Science Library Network Community Meeting (SciStarter)
Join fellow National Citizen and Community Science Library Network members to share resources, ask questions and get new ideas for citizen science programming. This open-forum event is your opportunity with other community hubs for citizen science. We’ll also share an overview of the updated library resources on

Licensing E-resources for Accessibility (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries)
In fall 2022, the E-Resources Management Working Group of the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) published a guide to negotiating accessibility with vendors. The writers of the guide will share their key takeaways from the guide, strategies for advocating for accessibility with vendors, and their next steps for keeping this document relevant and useful to all libraries. Access the TRLN Guide to Negotiating Accessibility in E-Resource Licenses at

Promos that pop: How to spread the word about your school library (Booklist)
Struggling to get the word out about your school’s digital library? Then this can’t-miss session is for you! Join OverDrive’s Library Media Specialist Shannon Hemmelgarn as she shares her secrets for efficiently promoting her school’s ebook and audiobook collection, including actionable ideas you can start using right away. Plus, hear from Sora Account Manager Ben Kowalczyk about the kinds of free resources and support you can expect from a vendor partner, including time saving tips that remove the guesswork.

APA Style 7th Edition Refresher for Instructors (APA Style)
In this webinar, APA Style experts will provide a refresher on seventh edition APA Style guidelines for instructors who want to ensure that they are providing up-to-date guidance for students.

How to Determine the Best Funding Opportunities to Pursue (GrantStation)
This summer, GrantStation ran its biennial Winning Grant Proposal Competition. With over 185 fabulous entries, the judges narrowed it down to three, and from that small pool picked our winner—Soccer Without Borders. Who penned this award-winning proposal? Soccer Without Borders’ Co-Founder, Mary Connor. Join our host, Alice Ruhnke, President of GrantStation, and esteemed judges, Gayle Carpentier of TechSoup, Deirdre Chadwick of the BMI Foundation, and Mike Chamberlain of the Grant Professionals Association in a lively discussion about why this particular proposal was selected as the winner.

A Fresh Take on Media Literacy in the Era of AI (edWeb)
In an era where generative AI produces content at the speed of thought, media literacy is no longer just a beneficial skill but an imperative. Educators face the intricate task of deciphering between AI-generated content and genuine human creation. The classroom is at the forefront of this shifting landscape. Attend this edWebinar to dive deep into the future of media literacy, with a special focus on the advancements of generative AI.

October 19

Growing Readers Together: High Plains Library District (Colorado State Library)
Join Growing Readers Together this autumn to celebrate and learn from the work of seven 2023 Buell Foundation grantee libraries! From outdoor playscapes and amphitheaters to reimagined indoor children’s sections; from intergenerational community service projects to creative outreach and programming efforts, you’ll have the opportunity to explore many different ways of building library service to informal family, friend, and neighbor caregivers into your library’s unique approach to early childhood. (Law Library of Congress)
This orientation is designed to give a basic overview of While the focus of the session will be searching legislation and the congressional member information attached to the legislation, the new features of will also be highlighted.

Youth Advisory Board Town Hall: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Society (National Girls Collaborative Project)
We invite you to join NGCP's Youth Advisory Board Meeting, and we're diving headfirst into the intriguing theme: "The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Society." During this event, we will explore a multitude of critical aspects at the intersection of AI and society. We are thrilled to present engaging discussions led by esteemed experts.

Fatness and Libraries: Amplifying the Voices of Fat Librarians in DEIA Work (Network of the National Library of Medicine)
As both popular and scholarly discussions of weight discrimination, fat representation, and anti-fatness gain momentum, library and information professionals must be prepared to participate in and lead conversations about fatness and our work. This presentation will report on findings from nearly twenty hours of interviews with public-facing librarians, including those from public, school, academic, and special libraries, who shared their wide-ranging experiences navigating the profession in fat bodies. In reflecting on the experiences of these librarians, participants will be asked to consider the extent to which the diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) efforts currently underway at their own institutions, as well as in the profession more broadly, incorporate fat voices and meaningfully address anti-fatness.

October 24

Super Searchers for Library Workers (Public Library Association)
Using research developed at University of Washington, Google has created a new set of tools for evaluating material found online, making it easier to think critically about the veracity of digital information right at the point of search. In this interactive presentation, library consultant Toby Greenwalt will demonstrate the capabilities of Super Searchers and showcase potential applications in the library workspace.

Building Community Relationships for Better Library Services (WebJunction)
Explore strategies for finding community partners and building relationships with them with the goal of truly working in collaboration with people they serve.

October 25

How to Get Donor Visits and Navigate the Asking Process (Productive Fundraising)
Join fundraising master trainer, Chad Barger, CFRE, for a session focused on figuring out who you should talk to, getting the meeting, figuring out what to talk about, making the ask and following up afterward. Chad will walk you step by step through the process he has successfully used for years as he works to raise support for a nonprofit organization. Templates and resources will be provided to help attendees implement the recommendations.

Effective Health Communication and Health Literacy: Understanding the Connection (Network of the National Library of Medicine)
How are health communication and health literacy connected? How can you be more effective in providing health information to consumers, patients, clients, library patrons and your community?  This 1 hour webinar introduces the concepts of health literacy and health communication, outlines components of clear health communication, and identifies online resources from NLM, government agencies and other recognized resources for health literacy and health communication.

October 26

The AI Advantage: How Nonprofits Can Rise to the Top Using AI (Charity Village)
Get ready as we dive headfirst into the world of AI for nonprofits! In this session, we’ll explore the incredible ways AI is transforming nonprofit operations, covering everything from fundraising to donor engagement, program optimization to impact measurement.

Teaching and Learning with DPLA Resources (Digital Public Library of America)
Join the DPLA Outreach & Assessment Working Group and Joanna to explore the Primary Source Sets from DPLA, including this example – “Feeding the Hungry with Food Stamp Programs.” In this session, we’ll chat about the structure of the existing Primary Source Sets and use framing questions to see what might be missing. Joanna will provide an OER Commons template for you to curate additional resources and provide feedback on what else could enrich these sets.

Growing Readers Together: Outdoor Spaces with Grand County Library District (Colorado State Library)
Join Growing Readers Together this autumn to celebrate and learn from the work of seven 2023 Buell Foundation grantee libraries! From outdoor playscapes and amphitheaters to reimagined indoor children’s sections; from intergenerational community service projects to creative outreach and programming efforts, you’ll have the opportunity to explore many different ways of building library service to informal family, friend, and neighbor caregivers into your library’s unique approach to early childhood.

Census Business Builder 5.2 (Federal Depository Library Program)
This presentation will guide attendees on the core functionality of the data tool, plus walk through case studies of how the tool can be best used in various scenarios. Adam will also explain how this Census data tool can be used to form a comprehensive business plan for prospective businesses looking to start or expand their operations.

Magical Realism Reimagined (Mackin)
There is a classic tradition of magical realism in Latin American literature. Four Latine YA and middle grade authors discuss the inspiration behind and the role that magical realism plays in their work. And how at times the fantastical elements may seem more true than the realistic ones.

Anxiety in Preschool Children: Identifying and supporting anxious young learners (Early Childhood Investigations)
This webinar, presented by author and child care advocate, Dr. Sarah Vanover, will prepare you to recognize anxiety in children ages 3–8, identify the associated behaviors, and work effectively with children who have symptoms of anxiety. You will learn different types of childhood anxiety, symptoms, causes, and triggers, and. how to address the challenging behaviors that are often symptoms of anxiety.

October 28

Future Ready Librarians® Fall Summit 2 (All4Ed/Future Ready Librarians)
This interactive online event will help librarians ground their practice in the research-based Future Ready Librarians® Framework and define new ways in which they can lead, teach, and support learning in their schools. Leveraging the active Future Ready Librarians® community, the live summit is designed around authentic problems of practice identified by librarians.

October 30

Tips to Make Your Organization More Accessible (Nonprofit Learning Lab)
Implementing accessibility best practices that can help organizations grow, and improve the experience for all users online. In this webinar, participants will learn tips for designing websites, email marketing campaigns and physical spaces with accessibility in mind. We will also discuss what accessibility means, how to design for accessibility and tips for being more inclusive at your organization.

How to Support Your Team’s Wellbeing (GovLoop)
Part of your job as a supervisor is to check on the health of your team because teams that are unwell are far less productive. However, figuring out how to support your team’s wellbeing isn’t always easy. Join us to learn from government leaders and your peers about strategies for evaluating and supporting your team’s health.

October 31

How to Determine the Best Funding Opportunities to Pursue (GrantStation)
In order to take your grant strategy to the next level, you need to identify and prioritize the opportunities that have the highest return on investment. During this webinar, Cynthia Adams, GrantStation’s Founder and Corporate Advisor, and Alice Ruhnke, GrantStation’s President, will show you how to create a customized Decision Making Matrix that can help your nonprofit determine the best funding opportunities to pursue.

Marketing Trends Nonprofits Need to Know (and Embrace) (Firespring)
Marketing trends come and go, but the top marketing trends are the ones worth adopting. Digital marketing, content marketing, social media marketing—each plays a role in a nonprofit’s strategy. Join us to discuss the 2023 marketing trends that’ll shape your nonprofit’s future and grow your impact.