26 Jul How Moms Can Up-skill for the In-Demand Field of Social Media
At Boulo, we aim to help working mothers and employers achieve their potential. Often, we empower women seeking flexible employment by providing industry-leading resources to upskill. This makes it easier for mothers to bring in-demand skills to the companies listed with Boulo.
We are proud to partner with Hay There Social Media as part of this effort. HayThere gives moms a work-life integration system via 6-week tuition-based social media manager training. With this, they can work freelance or re-enter the workforce on their terms.
Who Is HayThere Social Media?
Founded in 2010 as a boutique social media agency, Hay There delivers proven, professional, flexible training to women across the U.S. Including backgrounds in marketing, communications, PR, teaching, customer service, engineering and legal, and more. Dubbed the “INsiders training,” women leverage the skills they learn to be freelance social media managers, subcontract through agencies, gain employment with companies, and close a resume gap. Furthermore, Hay There connects INsiders with potential clients, helps with portfolio work, and has had women start earning before completing the training.
Emily A. Hay, the Founder of Hay There and a champion for work-life integration, says, “Data shows that the pandemic hit women, and marketing is one of the industries most impacted. According to a LinkedIn International Data 2020-2021 Infographic, 36% more women left marketing jobs than men. In response, women are demonstrating their strength by investing in themselves. One of the top ways women proactively build up their skills is to obtain social media marketing expertise that opens the doors to new, exciting opportunities.”
We look forward to helping mothers achieve their professional potential through an upcoming webinar with Boulo Solutions on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, at 11:00am PT/ 1:00pm CT / 2:00pm ET and YOU’RE INVITED. Read more!
What This Partnership Means for You!
Hay says, “The number one thing we hear from women who go through our program: I didn’t know what it meant to be a social media manager. Spoiler: It’s not about being a dancer on TikTok. This is a viable career path, and we are thrilled to partner with Boulo, who sets moms up for professional success every day. It’s our goal to turn more capable, professionally trained women back to Boulo to scoop up jobs listed on their site.”
In response, Boulo Founder and CEO Delphine Carter shares, “We look forward to this partnership with Hay There Social Media as they will be able to directly impact our mission to accelerate the return of women to the workforce. Through their viable upskill opportunity, Hay There Social Media will empower individuals actively searching for employment with highly sought after skills that companies need.”
The Hay There INsider training gives women a flexible, professional career path in an in-demand field. It also offers women an opportunity to use their creativity, obtain transferable skill sets and work in a collaborative culture among other women at similar stages. It ultimately brings value to their lives and the companies they work for.
Free Webinars for Moms Looking to Upskill in an In-Demand Field
Women in the Boulo Solutions talent community will benefit from Hay There Social Media expertise in the form of micro-trainings, webinars, and accessible consulting to help more women learn how they can be successful with a transferrable, in-demand social media skillset.
This FREE webinar on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, at 11:00 am PT/1:00 pm CT / 2:00 pm ET will serve as an overview of the social media marketing landscape from both a demand and opportunity perspective.
Attendees will learn:
– Why businesses still need social media help: From social media as a growing market, we’ll share pitfalls and mistakes the vast majority of businesses make & what their options for help look like today…from you!
– How you can help businesses: Businesses have a demand for verifiably qualified support. Here’s the knowledge you actually need to become a social media manager, and what you don’t. Consider this your “day in the life of” information.
– Where future opportunities are: The future of the internet is happening NOW. As Web3 unfolds, community management will only become more important for businesses to master in order to stay relevant and survive. You can help them. (Don’t know what “Web3” is? No worries – we’ll cover this!)
Be sure to register HERE for FREE!