The Volunteer Representation and Social Media course educates volunteers on the Epilepsy Foundation’s approved procedures for using social media to raise awareness about epilepsy and support the mission of the Epilepsy Foundation. This course aims to share the value of social media, proper usage as a volunteer, and things to include and avoid when posting online.
Any current or future volunteers of the Epilepsy Foundation.
See our FAQs additional technical requirements.
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Name: Danielle Solomon
Title: Vice President, Human Resources
Students, prospective students and third parties contact:
Name: LaQueisa Haynes-Smith
Title: Director, Training & Education