Education

Apra Twitter Chats

Upcoming Twitter Chats:

I Need A Little Help from My Friends

November 20  | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Central Time

Volunteering can be one of the most rewarding experiences in the nonprofit sector. Volunteering for your local Apra Chapter is a great way to demonstrate your #ResearchPride. So why do some chapters struggle to fill leadership positions, and what can we do to change that? Join Apra Illinois president, Katie Ingrao, and Apra Wisconsin president pro tem, Sarah Bernstein, for a Twitter Chat as we discuss the challenges many chapters face with volunteer recruitment and leadership succession planning.

Subject Matter Experts: 

  • Katie Ingrao, Associate Director of Prospect Management, Rush University Medical Center
  • Sarah Bernstein, Principal, Philanthrodata - Fundraising intelligence and information management

Previous Twitter Chats

Title: Breaking Down the Researchers Role

Title: Proposals - What's Data Got To Do With It?

Title: Continuing the ‘Fundraiser Performance’ Conversation
Check out the blog post here!

Title: In-House Data Mining
Check out the blog post here!

Use #ApraChats to direct questions to Apra’s Subject Matter Experts and contribute to the conversation with your peers.


How do I participate in the Twitter Chat?

  1. In preparation for the event, download a complimentary copy of the slide deck and recording of the corresponding webcast or conference recording from Apra University.
  2. If you haven't done so yet, be sure to follow @Apra_HQ. If you are brand new to Twitter, check out this short tutorial here to get started.
  3. On the date of the event, log in to your Twitter account and look for messages with the hashtag #ApraChats. You can also go to the free service, Tweetchat and log in to this free service with your Twitter account. By using Tweetchat.com, you will be able to filter your Twitter feed so that it only includes the hashtag #APRAchats and automatically adds the hashtag to your tweets.
  4. In the first few minutes of the talk, introduce yourself. Be sure to use the hashtag #ApraChats with any tweets associated with the Twitter Chat so we can see all your questions and responses.
  5. After that, join in the conversation!

Questions? Tweet them to @Apra_HQ


Do you have a topic for an upcoming Twitter Chat?
Email us at info@aprahome.org or tweet the topic to @Apra_HQ using the hashtag #ApraChats.