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Connect, Engage, and Learn with Volunteerism - Virtual Lunch & Learn Event on Tuesday, 9/28, 12:00 Noon

  Connect and Engage with Volunteerism

This Lunch & Learn will explore opportunities for creating meaning and connection through volunteer service. 

Join local non-profit leaders from across the Asheville area for this Facebook Live Lunch & Learn and find out how volunteers are adapting to meet the needs of our communities in 2021.

Facebook Tech for Community Connections

Using Facebook allows you to develop your identity and start conversations with other people interested in learning more.

Additionally, Facebook can be consumed on a desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.  This make staying connected easier for you and your communities.

Reading Facebook Posts

Posts are snippets of text, images, and videos that communication information.  As you click, read, react, comment, share; Facebook learns more about what you like and will present information based on your actions and the time you spend with each post.

Writing Posts

On a smartphone it is easy to capture and share a photograph or video.  Images really are worth a thousand words to reinforce the text messages that you compose.

Facebook Events

Searching in Facebook will return people, businesses, groups, and events.  

Events are a place to communicate about shared interests with certain people. 

You can create or join a event online for anything:
  • Family reunion
  • After-work sports team
  • Book club
  • Asheville 50+ Works for employability ideas, including volunteerism

Join Our Virtual Lunch & Learn Event

Tuesday, September 28th at 12:00 noon.

Facebook Event Link at - https://www.facebook.com/events/325826459299000 


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