Social impact professionals are still networking. Here are 4 ways they’re doing it

In-person conferences and mixers offer a sense of community online gatherings seem to lack, but plenty of social impact sector professionals are still networking

Why It Matters

Networking is an essential way for social impact professionals to make new connections, find jobs, share knowledge, and collaborate on projects. Ensuring that networks remain alive during the pandemic is one important way for the sector to remain collaborative and focused at a time of great uncertainty.

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