A fast growing community is rarely accidental. Community managers who build strong communities do it by strategizing and planning ahead. Learn how to define goals, write a mission statement and build a plan that will drive community growth.
In this session you will learn how you can use data to improve your community engagement. You will learn how perform research and gain insights that will help you create relevant content, and give your community what they need, before they even know they need it.
To ignite and scale your community you will need to moderate conversations and initiate engagements between key community members. In this session, you will learn the right tools and strategies engage and activate community members.
One of the biggest challenges community managers are facing is the ability to spot hidden opportunities and leverage them to benefit the community. Learn how to recognize these opportunities and use them to build a strong community.
VP Global Marketing & business development, co-founder Divine.Events
|"I attended the community manager program after 15 years of experience in marketing. The course was extremely valuable from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. It was a real eye opener on the importance of the community manager role, and how you can use your community for hopefully making smarter marketing
decisions. Thanks for a great inspiration from fascinating lecturers, startups, professional team and great classmates."|
Noa Bachar, Divine.Events
Fashion Designer & VP Midburn
|"I didn't know what to expect- It's a new role with so many things in it...the Elevation team managed to "attack" this subject with endless sense and sensibility and every meeting opened up a new world of content and knowledge. Beyond the exact lectures and top trainers, a new community created during the course- the community of community managers, which is actually the most significant thing I took from this course."|
Roni Kantor, VP Midburn & Designer
Organizational psychologist and HR manager
|"I highly recommend the community management course. The course is built on the precise doses of the theoretical background and an engagement with the field experts. In fact we left the course not only with understanding better the role of community manager but with actual familiarity with a community of community managers and a range of social enterprises we could learn a lot from. I've said that I highly recommend the course right?"|
Orit Rapaport, HR Manager
Our admissions process is built to determine who we think will succeed as a community manager. Either way, we want to help you take the next step in your journey.
Submit the short application form and community challenge
Have a phone interview
Receive a decision
|09.01-16.02||6 weeks||Monday & Thursday||18:00-21:00||3,750 NIS|
All our courses take place at Elevation Academy's Tel Aviv Campus located at WeWork Hazerem (HaPelech St 7, Tel Aviv). We're not kidding when we say we're connected to the industry. Having our campus at WeWork means we're at the center of Tel Aviv's thriving startup community. Come visit!
It will help you take the initial step towards understanding and choosing the relevant career path for you within the industry. After that, you'll need to develop the skills required to succeed in that field. You will also have the chance to meet people from the industry that can help you in the future.
We know there are many topics we don’t cover in this course, as the nature of this industry is wide-ranging and diverse. Please write us if there’s a specific topic you are interested in, and we'll see what we can do. We’re always eager to learn and improve and cater to our community’s needs.
As in most of the jobs out there, some of the skills can be learned, but true enjoyment and excellence is usually enhanced by your own natural qualities. “In my opinion community management could be partially learned, one can advance their organizational, negotiations and time management. But one cannot learn to be social for example." Ninutsa Nino Nanitashvili, GDG.
Good question. If you have any doubt we encourage you to apply. But just in case, make sure you go over Community Manager's core competencies.
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