Live and On-Demand Learning and Information

City University of Seattle’s “Learn With CityU” platform provides online opportunities to inform and connect. At CityU, we believe learning happens anywhere and everywhere, so we share these live and on-demand resources as a free means of connecting you to expert information in various fields in which we teach. Connect and ask questions to our broad academic and professional communities about current topics and our educational programs.

Live Events

Consumer Behavior: Expectations in the “New Normal”

Thu, Oct. 8 | 12 noon – 1 pm (PDT)

With all the challenges in 2020, companies and marketers must continue to pivot to keep up with shifting consumer behavior. With recent trends in mind, join our conversation on how current events, technology, and collaborative work management may provide the infrastructure for a “post-COVID” workplace. Panelists include Smartsheet Senior Director of Product Management Rajiv Arunkundram and distinguished marketer Jim O’Farrell, a teaching faculty member at CityU.

Free Webinar | Watch On-Demand

Want More? Check out our workshop on Oct. 27!

#ConsumerBehavior #BrandManagement #Marketing #AMA #LearnWithCityU

The Best Way to Earn Principal Certification in South Puget Sound

Thu, Oct. 15 | 4 pm – 4:30 pm  (PDT)

CityU and Sumner-Bonney Lake School District have partnered to continue the region’s premier principal preparation program. If you’ve wanted to become a principal, this is the optimal time as demand for quality school leaders is high and growing. The next cohort launches in January 2021. Join us for an informational webinar to learn more about this popular program option and how we’re adjusting to the “new normal.”  Also, find out how you can save on tuition in this established and locally-hosted cohorted program.

Free Webinar | Watch On-Demand

#PrincipalPreparation #EdLeadership #SouthPugetSound #Sumner-BonneyLake #LearnWithCityU

Budgets for Donor Proposals 101

Tue, Oct. 27 | 12 noon – 1 pm (PDT)

Learn how to create a budget for your donor proposal and get a 1-on-1 budget review! New to budgeting, or want to improve your skills? Join us for a dynamic, interactive webinar on crafting budgets that support your funding requests. Some of the takeaways include budget formats and categories, allocating expenses, forecasting revenue, ethics in budgeting, and more. This webinar will be presented by Sanford Institute of Philanthropy’s Dr. Angela Beard, a nonprofit professional and scholar of over 30 years who brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the topic.

Free Webinar | Register

#SIP #Budgets #Nonprofits #DonorProposals #CityUCares


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