As announced last month on STC’s Notebook, STC and the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) have partnered together to expand the educational offerings for each association’s members. STC members can get the AIIP member rate for their annual conference, taking place 2-6 April in Baltimore, MD; simply selection the “AIIP, PIUG or STC member” rate when registering. Below is information on two free webinars AIIP is offering that might also be of interest to STC members, including one highlighting what to expect at the AIIP annual conference.
Chart Your Course in Charm City, 11 February, 11:00 AM EST (GMT-5)
“Chart Your Course in Charm City: Why You Don’t Want to Miss Out …” will highlight what is in store for the 2014 AIIP Annual Conference and help attendees get the most out of their jam-packed days in Baltimore. The conference is open to AIIP members and nonmembers. To register for the conference, visit http://aiip.org/discover/conference.
Presented by AIIP members Linda Stacy and Peggy Garvin, along with AIIP President Jocelyn Sheppard, this hour-long webinar will begin at 11:00 AM EST (GMT-5) on Tuesday, 11 February. The presenters will preview the rich and engaging AIIP conference experience and highlight key program topics, such as:
- The social impact of the Internet
- Information literacy
- Data visualization and analysis
- Business-to-business marketing
- How technology and creativity are unbeatable
- Creating value and delivering impact to executives and the C-suite
- iOS tips and tricks for productivity
AIIP’s annual conference will be held from 2-6 April at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore on the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD. For more information about the conference, contact Linda Stacy, conference chair.
To register for this free webinar, visit: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/160999326.
Leveraging Transferable Skills, 19 February, 11:00 AM EST (GMT-5)
The second webinar, scheduled for 11:00 AM EST (GMT-5) on Wednesday, 19 February, is entitled “Identifying and Valuing Your Transferrable Skills: From Prospect Research to Competitive Intelligence.”
In this webinar, Marge King will help prospect researchers identify which of their career skills are transferrable and how they may be the stepping stone to becoming an independent information professional, gaining more recognition and rewards from a current employer, or seeking new employment opportunities. Participants will learn to recognize relevant fundraising skills that are transferrable, to communicate these skills effectively, and to use them to broaden their own career paths.
King, a highly skilled fundraiser and researcher, is the founder/president of Pennsylvania-based InfoRich Group, Inc. She has extensive experience in the nonprofit sector and has been part of the executive management team for two internationally recognized nonprofit institutions. In addition to raising millions of dollars for her clients, she has broad experience raising capital support as well as developing and organizing nonprofit boards and advisory councils.
To register for this free webinar, visit: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/934217758.