Presentation at #NACAMAM for Social Media Strategy

I’m a product of campus activities. I participated in what seemed to be every event that was happening at the University of Minnesota; from being on Homecoming Court, fraternity programming, and attending campus speakers. It’s clearly a big part of what I’m passionate about – hence this blog.

Being a NACA‘s Mid-America Conference was a perfect opportunity to discuss social media & social organizations! Talking with a group of student leaders that serve on their campus programming boards and other organizations, it was fun to share ideas about how they can use social media before, during and after events.

With a plan, campus organizations should be able to increase attendance, boost engagement and buzz, & connect with more students to keep the momentum.

Below is a link to the slides I shared. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post with any questions or feedback you have.

PS – Gotta love a conference that has a “social media” theme. @TheNACAMAM did a great job of keeping the engagement and energy going throughout the weekend!
PPS – Thanks Josh, Katey, and the rest of the committee for inviting me to speak to these student leaders and to offer the keynote during the professional development luncheon — using social media for professional development!
I’m out of PS-es… Want more details, tips, & ideas about how you can use social media for your organization or event? Sign up below!


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About @hust0058

Nonprofit/Association Professional. Social Media Presenter/Writer/Educator. University of Minnesota Alum. Joiner and Volunteer!
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