Member Event Posting Guidelines
There are three types of events:
Free events: If you want members to RSVP through NorCalPCA’s website, by emailing you or another member, or do not need members to RSVP at all, then create a Free event.
External events: If you want members to RSVP through another website, create an External event.
Ticketed events: If you want to limit the number of members that can RSVP, email Events@NorCalPCA.org the details of your event to create a Ticketed event for you.
The following information is required for your event posting:
Managing your event posting:
To edit your event, click on the cog icon near the top right-hand corner of the window and select “Edit” from the dropdown menu.
If you chose to have members RSVP through the website, click on the cog icon near the top right-hand corner of the window and select “Atendee List” to view a list of people that have registered for your event.
Do not use the blue “Invite” button to invite members to your event. Members will be notified of your event via NorCalPCA’s Weekly Events Email.
Events must be inclusive (no discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, or otherwise) and family friendly (no pornographic or hateful material). This does not mean that you can’t, for example, have a meetup at a bar (where those under 21 are not allowed), go on a strenuous hike (of which not all members are physically capable of doing), go to an art gallery with nudity, or go see a comedian whose act includes some adult humor. Use your best discretion.
Member Events cannot use NorCalPCA resources. If Members wish to use NorCalPCA resources (e.g. funds, hardware, digital assets, etc.) then members must ask the NorCalPCA Events Committee to approve the event to become a “NorCalPCA Official Event” by emailing Events@NorCalPCA.org.
If you are unsure if your event is restricted or not, please email Events@NorCalPCA.org with a short description of your event.
Disclaimer: The Northern California Peace Corps Association is not legally responsible for events categorized as “Member Events”.