It has been a little over a week now since MCON 2012 occurred and the Achieve staff is still recovering from all the planning and organizing that made this event possible. We are all gathering the tiny ounces of energy left in us to give a big round of applause to some special people.
These past two months, 5 individuals came together to form the MCON 2012 Blogger and Twitter team. The team turned their focus on the promotion of this virtual conference through their blog, Twitter and Facebook. Using the social media packet we provided them, they incorporated their personality, enthusiasm and attitude to create unique, promotional strategies.
So, the Achieve staff would like to say, “Thank You,” to the MCON 2012 Blogger and Twitter Team for helping out during this busy Millennial season. You all did a great job and we hope you enjoyed your experience working with us.
Here are some of their final MCON 2012 blogs and posts. Enjoy!
I’m attending the MCON12 a virtual conference to explore ideas, strategies, and to hear directly from experts on how to organize millennial engagement programs. It is all being done online through video streaming and chats. The networking sessions are also virtual, being held as chats (read more).
June 19, 2012 by Beth Kanter, Beth Kanter’s Blog
Yesterday, I caught part of the virtual conference MCON2012 – which focuses on how to market causes to millennials. One session focused on the 2012 Millennial Impact Report – a survey of more than 6,500 people ages 20 to 35 – which shows 75% of millennials donate (in small amounts), 70% have raised money for their favorite causes and most give for reasons that span generations—they have a relationship with the cause (read more).
July 20, 2012 by Katya Anderson, Katya’s Non-Profit Marketing Blog
#MCON2012 did not disappoint at all. It was no surprise that the hashtag ended up trending because every speaker brought something new to the table. Some things may have been controversial while others were simply BRIGHT IDEAS!While I wish I could choose one speaker that stood out, one slideshow that will bring you success, or one person’s virtual business card to answer all your questions (read more)
July 20, 2012 by Willie Mathis, Millennial Chat
Last week the folks at Achieve and the Case Foundation put on another stellar virtual conference around engaging millennials in nonprofits, social change and more. There were the expected buzz words, info-nuggets and sound bytes but also an abundance of new intelligence shed by rising stars in social innovation. The sessions/speakers were fantastic (read more)
July 23, 2012 by Nathan Hand, Nonprofit Nate