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Tulsa Regional Chamber Forum Offers Social Marketing Advice to Small Business Owners

Chamber Forum Offers Social Marketing Advice to Small Business Owners

Get social marketing tips at this month's Small Business Forum, "Social Marketing for Small Business," featuring Jessica Dyer, president of Emerge Marketing and PR.

Tuesday, Jan. 22
7:30 - 9 a.m. (networking from 7-7:30 a.m.)
Embassy Suites
3332 S. 79th East Ave.

Dyer will offer tools and insight on how to fully engage social marketing in various promotional activities to drive client loyalty, buyer engagement and new business revenue.

ASIST Scholarship from Executive Women International

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Would you like to further your career, but need additional education? The local Tulsa chapter of Executive Women International (EWI) will be offering scholarship assistance to people in the Tulsa community. The Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) program is available to adults facing economic, social, or physical challenges, who are looking to improve their situation through educational opportunities. 

The deadline for applying is March 25, 2013, so don’t delay!

Earned Income Tax Credit

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The IRS offers a variety of credits that lower an individual's tax liability, which sometimes means more money back. One such credit is the Earned Income Tax Credit, also referred to as the Earned Income Credit. Here's a bit about who might be eligible and how to file.

We Are Visible: Social Media Empowers Homeless Individuals

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WeAreVisible.com was created to help homeless individuals connect with the world through social media. However, their easy to understand tutorials can help anyone set up an email, Facebook or Twitter account. If your adult learner is interested in learning more about social media, or would like to create their own social media accounts, this is a great resource.

Watch the video to learn more about why WeAreVisible.com was created.

Easy Bake Ovens & Funny Ladies by Laura Raphael

Perhaps you’ve heard of the 8th grade girl’s recent (and successful) petition to Hasbro to make a “gender-neutral” Easy Bake Oven so her younger brother can use it without being embarrassed by its sparkly pinkness. Yay for busting gender stereotypes!

However, I can’t help but being surprised that such an obvious gender stereotype still exists. Another hoary old bit of sexist horrible-ness is “Women aren’t funny.”  It’s an idea bandied about in the media occasionally, usually by men who – surprising! – aren’t particularly funny themselves. (Adam Carolla, I’m looking at you.)

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