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Using Social Media for Entrepreneurship

Date: December 13, 2013
Time: 3:00 PM EDT
Registration: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/tgpbsrc9a50e&eom

Rural Development Leadership Network (RDLN) in partnership with the Housing Assistance Council (HAC) invites you to participate in “Using Social Media for Entrepreneurship”; the second webinar of the two-part series on Entrepreneurship for Community Leaders.

Social Media, including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, are great new tools that can help in many aspects of Entrepreneurship. Specifically, this webinar will focus on using social media for three important activities to start and sustain your enterprise:

  • Research
  • Marketing, and
  • Growing your Business

About Rural Development Leadership Network (RDLN)

RDLN is a national multicultural social change organization that supports community-based development in poor rural areas through hands-on projects, education and skills building, leadership development and networking. Through RDLN, emerging leaders from poor rural areas spearhead development projects and design related study through which they may earn a certificate or academic credential. Participants attend RDLN’s month-long Rural Development Institute at the University of California, lead development projects in their communities under the umbrella of a Sponsoring Organization, engage in ongoing peer support and exchange, and have the option of earning an accredited academic degree.

RDLN’s webinars on Entrepreneurship are being provided as part of a Commitment-to-Action with the Clinton Global Initiative. RDLN is currently accepting applications for its month-long Institute at UCDavis this spring and for its master’s degree program with Antioch University Midwest.

Rural Development Leadership Network
P.O. Box 98
Prince St. Station
New York, NY 10012

Phone: (212)777-9137
Fax: (212)477-0367
Email: rdln@ruraldevelopment.org
Web: www.ruraldevelopment.org

About the Presenter
G. David Singleton, Program Analyst
California Native American Heritage Commission

Dave is the founder of Native Entrepreneur Opportunity Fund and organizes and offers native entrepreneurship training with the California Indian Manpower Consortium and the Rural Development Leadership Network, among others. David has more than thirty years of experience with, planning, implementation and evaluation of rural development projects; including tribal, small city economic development, small farm, cultural and education projects, with a strong focus on Native American projects.

David currently serves as Program Analyst for the State of California Native American Heritage Commission and has worked directly with many tribes on business development. He is a founding Board member of the Rural Development Leadership Network.