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Indian Housing Goes Digital
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 11:00:00 AM PDT - 12:00:00 PM PDT
Training Description: With the advancements over the last 20 years, the Internet has had a profound effect on every aspect of business, including real estate. The effect of the Internet has also been fundamental to how many businesses are accomplished. In this webinar we will discuss many of the basic and starting knowledge points into moving your housing system to a more modern day and 21st century digital focused resource. We will cover many areas such as social media, how to get your content online, and executing from a digital perspective.

Instructor

Louis Porter
Louis Porter Jr first joined the staff at the Native Learning Center (NLC) in March 2009, left in September 2011 and returned again in March 2017. He currently serves in the position of Marketing Coordinator. Louis received his BA in Political Science from Morgan State University and before joining the NLC, worked for many business as graphic and web designer including BrightStar Credit Union, Convergent Networks, Ethan Allen International, Macys and Xicat Interactive.
Louis Porter Jr first joined the staff at the Native Learning Center (NLC) in March 2009, left in September 2011 and returned again in March 2017. He currently serves in the position of Marketing Coordinator. Louis received his BA in Political Science from Morgan State University and before joining the NLC, worked for many business as graphic and web designer including BrightStar Credit Union, Convergent Networks, Ethan Allen International, Macys and Xicat Interactive.
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The Native Learning Center is a Model Program supported by the Indian Housing Block Grant awarded by the Office of Native American Programs, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The opinions contained in education, training and technical assistance sessions are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the Native Learning Center, Seminole Tribe of Florida, Office of Native American Programs, or the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. References to specific agencies, organizations, firms, products, services, processes and procedures should not be considered an endorsement by the listed entities. Rather, the references are informational and illustrations to supplement discussions of the issues.

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