[act-ma] 12/7: Intermediate Excel Tips & Tricks (SoJust ProfDev)

Robbie Samuels send2robbie at gmail.com
Wed Nov 18 08:09:56 PST 2015

Are you looking for new tools in your tool box to manage cumbersome
spreadsheets? Wondering if there's an Excel formula that could improve your

Join Socializing for Justice for a ProfDev on Intermediate Excel Tips &
Tricks on Monday, December 7th from 6:00-8:30 PM. Learn new Excel magic
that you'll be able to apply right away!

Fee: $10 advance/ $20 door is split with the trainers.
Limited space - register ahead of time: www.sojust.org
Credit cards accepted online. Cash only at the door.
Newcomers always welcomed!

Intermediate Excel Tips & Tricks

This session caters for Microsoft Excel users who are proficient in the
basics, but looking at extending their knowledge and skills beyond creating
simple workbooks.  It is designed to improve user’s productivity within
Excel, including techniques to achieve quick results and more efficient
workbooks easier to maintain. Skills include charts (what type to use
when), conditional formatting, using lookup/match/if functions, hyperlinks,
and  fancy formulas.

Stephany George has been learning and exploring with Excel since her first
college-level biology course in 2007.  After seeing the multitude of uses,
she has focused on learning as much about Excel as possible to make data
entry and sorting a simpler process. She holds a MPA in non-profit
management and uses her knowledge to help anyone that asks.  Stephany
currently works as a Campus Activities Coordinator and Residence Director
at Newbury College. Follow her: @StephanyAGeorge.

6:00-6:30 Socializing - bring your own dinner
6:30-8:30 Training and Q&A

DIRECTIONS - The NonProfit Center is located one block from South Station
at 89 South Street. The Center is physically accessible through the main


Socializing for Justice - www.sojust.org

Since 2006, SoJust has hosted events that draw progressives of all stripes
that share common values but may work on different issues. We host monthly
socials that allow for the possibility of cross-issue connections and run a
monthly ProfDev Series, hosted by The NonProfit Center*, which provides
access to affordable professional development to increase our individual
capacity for movement building.

With over 2800 members and 9 years of creating a diverse cross-issue
community in Boston (200+ events!), Socializing for Justice is the best
place to find the great people, organizations and community you're looking
for while putting the SOCIAL back in social justice.

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