We are humbled by the great reaction to the first module (Community Specialist) of the training program we launched in partnership with WOMMA and ComBlu. We saw participation from both companies that are actively looking to train their teams on the intricacies of community management and professionals looking to “level up” their knowledge. But we know there are other people out there that would love to get involved, but can’t for one reason or another. They may be between jobs or working at a small firm and find it hard to justify the enrollment fee.
What you’ll get
- Complimentary access to the Community Manager training program.
- Guest Access to TheCR Network where you can participate in roundtable discussions with experts and those who do this job day in and day out. You’ll hear about their successes, their struggles and their ideas to move this profession and their business goals forward.
- Access to co-founders Jim Storer and Rachel Happe who will connect you with Community Managers working in the field to talk with you one-on-one about your experiences and your future plans.
What is expected of you?
- Attend each online community manager training session and participate actively in it, through asking and answering questions and discussing ideas with your fellow participants.
- Listen and participate on TheCR Network Roundtable calls
- Write a guest blog post about your experience on TheCR’s blog.
We’re very excited to hear from you on why you’re the right person to receive the scholarship. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2012. We’ll announce the three winners by May 10, 2012.
The Community Roundtable is committed to advancing the business of community and being a valued resource to community management and social media professionals through our monthly subscription report, membership based peer network, community management training program and customizable advisory services for corporations and individuals.