Lakeland, Fla. (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
NobleHour announced that it will host a webinar demonstrating its platform for building and managing civic engagement in education on Wednesday, August 1 at 12 pm EST. The software company will exhibit noblehour.com’s community-building features, including volunteer management, event management, and hour tracking tools.
Directors of civic engagement, volunteer coordinators, guidance counselors, service-learning instructors and other community builders are encouraged to register for the demo, titled “Exploring NobleHour for Education”.
“Whether schools are tracking hours for the President’s Volunteer Service Award, the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, or just to better understand their community impact – we want to make it easy and affordable,” said Scott Fore, managing partner of NobleHour.
During the demo, the software company will show participants how to set up free listings and paid communities. NobleHour communities offer organizations their own sophisticated social networks where they can manage volunteers, service-learning and civic engagement efforts using a simple and self-sufficient approach. NobleHour is always free for organizations and individuals to post and find volunteer, job and internship opportunities.
Other topics will include:
Sharing news, opportunities, events and resources: NobleHour users can connect online by creating and contributing content - including photos, videos, opportunities, events, and news.
Hour Tracking: Volunteer and paid hours can be tracked, verified and credited securely through NobleHour.
NobleHour Community Administration: Administrators can customize their NobleHour community, manage their members, and measure the impact of their entire organization.
Report Generation: Users can view and share charts, graphs and data that document their strides in civic engagement.
Anyone can register for “Exploring NobleHour for Education”. Space is limited, but a recording will be available after the event.
NobleHour is based in Lakeland, FL and was started by a team of knowledgeable business investors, representing over 70 years of unparalleled entrepreneurial and business experience. They developed SweatMonkey.org in 2005 as an online service learning management platform for students and schools. SweatMonkey was used by countless organizations such as the YMCA, the SPCA, the United Way of North Central Florida, and the University of Florida. SweatMonkey was rebranded and launched in 2012 as NobleHour.com, an engaging online community platform that includes content sharing, a database of volunteer and job opportunities and events, hour tracking tools for tracking community service hours, and community impact measurement tools. NobleHour's mission is to provide an engaging platform to help connect people with their communities to empower civic engagement.