When: Wednesday, December 7 at 11 a.m. Eastern (10 a.m. Central; 9 a.m. Mountain; 8 a.m. Pacific)
Registration Deadline: November 30
Presenter: Chellie Phillips, Marketing, Member Services and Communications, South Alabama Electric Cooperative
For more than 20 years, Chellie Phillips has developed and implemented community and education programs for South Alabama Electric Cooperative’s eight county services territory. She has served as youth tour coordinator for the cooperative and for the last 15 years, the program director for the Alabama Council of Cooperative’s Summer Youth Leadership Conference. In addition, Chellie serves as the Chapter Advisor for the local chapter of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority on Troy University’s main campus. This activity keeps her very engaged with the demographic the co-op is trying to reach. She is also a volunteer for the Pike County Extension Agency.
What you’ll learn:
The presentation will highlight what works to make a successful youth program. Questions you should ask before you begin (staffing, content, desired outcomes, by in from management, utilizing interns). Why it matters that you have them? Once you have the program, how do you continue to interact with those youth? Don’t forget about the parents (some who may be your members, some who might be one day). Make plans to use and engage on the media platforms they are familiar with. Participants will learn how to take those programs and grow an engaged future member, how to use their media to increase response and how you can piggyback off an event and continue the momentum after it is over.
This presentation is designed for anyone who wants to engage youth involvement in their cooperative (Chellie will share a secret that pulls the parents in as well!)
The deadline to register is November. Space is limited. To ensure your spot in the webinar, register online today.
CCA’s December 7 Webinar: Learn how youth programs grow engagement: http://eepurl.com/ckHnEP
Webinar participants will earn 5 points in the Planning & Programs category for MCC designation or renewal.