Marketing Your Events
Are you looking for methods to help advertise your STEM outreach event? Consider publishing your events in the following mediums.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION (SDCOE) PUBLICATIONS:
SDCOE What's Happening Newsletter - Email email@example.com with your free/low-cost event details prior to the end of the month for publication by the 1st. Monthly publication targets San Diego SDCOE students, educators and families. About SDCOE Communications
Subscribe & Check for Updates: www.SDCOE.net/WH
Follow @SanDiegoCOE on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
SDCOE SCIENCE NEWS & UPDATES QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER - If you would like information about your programs included please complete this Google Form (published November, January, March, May with deadlines of Oct 26, Dec 28, Feb 29, or Apr 25). (Chelsea Cochrane)
SAN DIEGO STEM ECOSYSTEM PUBLICITY:
Post your event "Opportunities" on the website. For any assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org Make sure to subscribe to the newsletter as well. The newsletter is periodic and features recent opportunities
Follow @SDStemEcosystem on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
GLOBAL SWENext Events PUBLICATIONS:
SWENext Publications "Promote Your Event" - The SWENext Events Newsletter goes out to over 6,000 K12 SWENexters globally and over 300 locally. Fill in form, specify target age group, location, add flyer and link for sign up, by
by 5th day (for promotion by 15th) of the month
by 20th day (for promotion by 30) of the month
SWENext Adult Advocate Newsletter - SWENext is a no-cost program for K12 students to belong in the Society of Women Engineers. Adult Advocates (age 19 and up) can sign up for SWENext at no-cost through the Adult Advocate Newsletter.
Follow @SWENext on Instagram, Twitter
SAN DIEGO MESA SCHOOL ALLIANCE:
San Diego MESA Alliance - Several K-12 schools, community colleges and SDSU belong to this network in San Diego and Imperial Counties. For help targeting the educators and students, send an email the SDSU MESA Staff or for more general help, to the MESA Schools Program Director and coordinator Luis Topete. He can forward your event to the school demographic teachers and professors.