Network with other attendees by RSVPing to our Biennial Facebook event. Invite friends, write on the wall and share in the enthusiasm in the lead-up to the big event!
As you discuss the Biennial online with friends, family and colleagues, please join us in using the hashtag #URJBiennial so we can all participate in conversation surrounding the event. For the Education Summit we'll be using #EdSummit11.
The Reform Movement is headed to Washington, and past Biennial attendees have plenty to say about it! Check out our blog for posts on past Biennial experiences, anticipation of this years convention and messages from top Reform leadership. Want to share your Biennial story? Submit a post of your own by emailing email@example.com.
This year, were using a new technology to further allow Biennial attendees to network with one another. Once youve registered for the event, create an account at http://urj.org/biennial/. You can create your profile, RSVP for learning sessions that appeal to you, schedule one-on-one meetings with other attendees, ask questions and generally increase your excitement about the Biennial.
Spread the word!
Twitter and Facebook are among the best ways to get out the news about the Biennial and the many exciting events surrounding it. Will you help us by copying and pasting one or more of these pre-written tweets and Facebook posts to your social media accounts?
I just registered for Decembers #URJBiennial! Early-bird prices extend through November. Will I see you there? http://biennial.urj.org
The #URJBiennial is the largest gathering of Reform Jews in North America! Join me in attending this Dec. 14-18 in DC: http://biennial.urj.org
Join me in celebrating @TheRACs 50 years of pursuing social justice at this years #URJBiennial! http://biennial.urj.org
The #URJBiennial will host the world's largest Shabbat dinner. Theyve applied for Guinness certification! Join us: http://biennial.urj.org
And during the event
Keep tweeting! The conversation will be even more fun once were all in D.C. together. Make new friends, network with other Twitter users and share your experiences at Biennial.
Follow along on the URJs Facebook and Twitter accounts for updates, giveaways, information and recaps you wont find anyplace else.
Have friends and colleagues who cant make it to the Biennial? Remind them that for the first time, Shabbat evening and morning worship will be streamed live, and excerpts of major presentations will be posted on the Biennial website, http://biennial.urj.org.