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22 May, 2015

Symposium Spotlight: Grief and the Internet (Pamela Gabbay)

The Internet has become an integral part of our everyday lives. As a society, we celebrate our triumphs and our tragedies online, as well as, our good days and our bad. The Internet is also used to express our grief and remember the people in our lives that have died. This presentation will explore and discuss the ways that children, adolescents and their families utilize the Internet when they are grieving. It will also examine the role of social media such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter when individuals are bereaved. Additionally, this presentation will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using the Internet as a means to cope with grief. Ample time will be given for questions and discussion.

21 May, 2015

Symposium Spotlight:

What's Your Vision? - Communication that Engages your Community (Ciara Garcia, Liz McCusker)

The best marketing results originates from a clear, concise and engaging message. The origin of this is your agency's mission and vision statement. When done right, vision and mission Statements can be power-packed drivers of a non-profit. Unfortunately, many are getting it wrong! In this presentation, participants will not only learn the difference, they will experience the difference.

19 May, 2015

As a child I dreamed of being an actor. Coming from a rural community there wasn't a lot of opportunity to explore this desire. The first play I was ever apart of was when I was a junior in High School. I loved that experience. When I went to college I took Acting 101 and I hated that experience. Thinking back, I realized that I was more self conscious in college than I was in high school and sadly, that shaped my new perception of theatre.

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