Social media can be a powerful and affordable communication tool for Head Start programs. Use it to promote services, enroll families, recruit staff, and connect with diverse communities. This interactive learning module will help programs establish engaging social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Explore how these platforms can showcase your program and meet the needs of the communities you serve. First, learn to develop a social media plan. Identify any related policy, budgetary, and legal considerations. Then, get connected!
To earn CEUs for completing this course, please take it through the Individualized Professional Development (iPD) Portfolio. The course name is the same: Social Media Essentials for Getting Head Start Programs Connected.
Resource Type: Learning Module
National Centers: Program Management and Fiscal Operations
Last Updated: October 25, 2023