Transparent green background with Jr. NAD Advisors Academy logo on the left. Text: "How to Put FUN in Fundraising with Erica Hossler and Jeanette Zarembka"

We know that raising money isn’t easy, let alone hosting an event. However, when working in a team, the whole fundraising process can be FUN. Erica Hossler and Jeanette Zarembka, long time advisors from the California School for the Deaf Riverside, will share fundraising ideas and successes that their Jr. NAD chapter has had. If your Jr. NAD chapter has goals that they need money for, this is the webinar for you! All Jr. NAD Advisors and school organization/club sponsors are welcome.

  • DATE: Tuesday, December 6th at 7 pm ET
  • No CEUs will be offered for this webinar
  • This is a free webinar that requires registration.

Presenters

Erica Hossler (She/Her)

Erica Hossler currently teaches Career Exploration at California School for the Deaf Riverside. As a Jr. NAD advisor for the last 11 years at California School for the Deaf Riverside, exchanging creative skills through digital media, volunteering, and hosting community events are some of her favorite things to do.

Jeanette Zarembka (She/Her)

Coming soon

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