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Thank you for signing up for the virtual training Wednesday,  August 31,  at 6:30pm on implementing the new Digital Communications Policy for Neighborhood Councils. We’re looking forward to seeing you!

The Zoom details to join the workshop online or by phone are below. This is a plain language, practical overview of the new policy, which impacts NC use of social media, websites, newsletters, and other digital communications channels. We’ll share recommendations and guidelines regarding what every NC members needs to know, as well as specific tips for NC digital account administrators.
Best Practices for Implementing the NC Digital Communications Policy
Wednesday,  August 31, 2022
6:30 – 8pm
Toll free phone: (888) 475-4499
Meeting ID: 899 5309 4494
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All documents related to the NC Digital Communications Policy can be found in this Google Drive folder. Redlined and unmarked versions of the policy as passed are available here as documents 2(a) and 2(b): http://tiny.cc/DigitalCommsPolicy
The recording and chat transcript as well as other supporting links and resources will be shared shortly after the session with everyone who RSVPed. Questions submitted for this session and at the other trainings in this series will be answered in full and gathered in an FAQ to be shared with all NC members after the series is complete.
If you’re unable to attend on July 28, there are two more trainings with the same content before the policy takes effect on October 4, 2022: 
Wednesday August 31 at 6:30pm
(make sure to sign up again even if you signed up for 7/28 so you receive the Zoom info)
Saturday September 24 at the virtual Congress of Neighborhoods
Registration opens August 27 at http://NeighborhoodCongress.la
See you soon! All the best,
Ann-Marie

Ann-Marie Holman
Director of Communications
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Department of Neighborhood Empowerment

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