Friday Fellows Skillshare: Scaling Social Impact at Your Company

Fellowship Event

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United States

Join us for April's Friday Fellows Skillshare! Mark Horoszowski, FRSA, will be leading a discussion about steps to scale social impact at your organization.

Some of what Mark will be covering includes:

  1. Steps to scaling impact at your company
  2. Real-world examples from leading corporations
  3. Methods to help you take the first steps

Mark is the Co-Founder and CEO of MovingWorlds, whose mission is to get talent to the parts of the world that need it most, and ensure a transformative experience for those who share their skills. Their online platform and community connects people who want to travel and volunteer their expertise directly with social impact organizations around the world.

 RSA US Friday Fellows Skillshares are short online presentations that Fellows give to share a skill, best practice, or methodology to the rest of the Fellowship. They are built to provide an overview of the skill or concept and leave plenty of room for attendees to ask questions about how what was learned can be applied in their lives. Join a skillshare to learn something new from the wealth of knowledge contained within the RSA Fellowship!

To access the log-in details to join this free event, please register in advance.

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