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Step 2: Prep

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Step 3: Consult

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Session Overview

Hello! Calling all Yammers/administrators for an extra set of eyes?
I’m looking for advice on setting up Yammer for providers not in the same org. Since I will most likely be the admin/technical support for people across the state, I need help with creating a guideline, tutorial for the application, and additional feedback! Tips, tricks, guidance? I’m all ears for a quick 1-hour max meeting.

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Nonprofit Overview

Emma Norton’s mission is to provide transformational housing for women and families on their journey of recovery. As a housing first and harm reduction organization, we believe that housing provides the foundation every human being needs in order to make progress on life goals. Using The Sanctuary Model, we take a trauma-informed, whole-culture approach to providing advocacy and supportive services that help hundreds of individuals and families who have experienced homelessness—along with mental, chemical, and/or chronic health issues—reach their goals, restore their dignity and heal from the inside out.

Project management
Emma Norton Services
Project Management
St. Paul, Minnesota

Member since 2020-03-24

This session is currently inactive, and cannot accept applications at this time.

Tips for getting the most out of your session

Familiarize yourself with the nonprofit. Do some quick research and skim through anything you can find such as their website and/or social media.
Make a list of questions you have to clarify your understanding of their challenge.
Have the mindset of keeping the call focused on an issue that can be addressed in a 1-hour consultation, and steer the nonprofit to tangible next steps.