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BOOTCAMP 101: Salesforce Training for Nonprofits (Mar 1, 2019)

Venue

501Partners' Office

164 Canal Street, Suite 502, Boston, MA 02114

Boston, MA, US, 02114

Are you a nonprofit that needs help understanding and implementing Salesforce, but lacks the skills and resources to take advantage of the platform’s power?


 If yes, we have a great event for you – our Salesforce Bootcamp 101 for Nonprofits!


 At 501Partners, we’re experts at Salesforce and want to share our knowledge with nonprofits that are looking to use this powerful platform to improve operations.


By the end of the bootcamp you will know how to:



  • Create Records for Individuals and Organizations      

  • Record Donations

  • Manage Tasks

  • Customize records

  • Import Data

  • Launch campaigns

  • Generate reports

  • Create Dashboards


 Please note that as of October 2018, Bootcamp 101 will be conducted in Salesforce Lightning


Who Should Attend: Executive Directors, Development Staff, Admin Staff, Volunteer Coordinators, Program Directors.


A Few Details:


Please make sure to bring a laptop to the training. We do a lot of hands-on exercises. We also recommend using Chrome or Firefox browsers (Internet Explorer and Safari do not work well with Salesforce).


 Note: Chromebooks and tablets are not recommended.


We are located above The Fours Restaurant on the 5th Floor. The closest T station is North Station (Orange or Green Line).  


We will provide some coffee and snacks in the morning, and will give you a lunch break around noon to visit local restaurants.


 What attendees have said about Bootcamp


“I wish I had taken this class 1.5 years ago, it would have made my job a lot easier!”


“Thank you so much for a great workshop! I definitely learned a lot, and I look forward to diving into Salesforce and seeing what it can do for our organization.”


“Paul, the presenter, was awesome! The best part was that he was able to pause and answer questions, and then continue with his train of thought. He’s very easy to understand, and able to demonstrate on the screen how to actually do things, including when answering random questions.”