Spectrum 2019 Conference at Webster University Oct. 22

Oct. 9, 2019

Spectrum 2019 Conference at Webster University Oct. 22

The Spectrum 2019 Conference for non-profit marketers is scheduled to be on Webster University's Webster Groves campus on Tuesday, Oct. 22. As the only one-day professional development opportunity in St. Louis created for nonprofit communications professionals and leaders, more than 200 marketing professionals are expected to attend the conference in the East Academic Building and Browning Hall.

The event is presented by the Community Service Public Relations Council, and co-hosted by the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology's Graduate Nonprofit Leadership program and Webster's Center for Innovation and Professional Development.  

Webster University has an ongoing collaboration with the CSPRC to expand opportunities for nonprofit employees to further their education and professional development. CSPRC members are eligible for a 20 percent tuition discount in select undergraduate and graduate programs at Webster University.  

"Bringing the Spectrum 2019 Conference to Webster University is an important way to share with the nonprofit communicators and marketing professionals of St. Louis how we can help with their professional development," said Barrett Baebler, associate professor, Webster University's Walker School. "Our ongoing relationship has been beneficial to Webster and the nonprofit community. This is an exciting opportunity to open our doors to a day of professional development, networking and new ideas."  

For more information on the conference sessions and a link to registration, visit the CSPRC website. Student and Webster Staff registration is priced at $99.  

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