Google Workspace Set Up

Help Chattanooga Symphony & Opera boost team productivity and enable easy collaboration by setting up Google Workspace apps for email, calendars, video conferencing, and document creation, editing, and storage.
Chattanooga Symphony & Opera
Chattanooga, TN, USA
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Chattanooga Symphony & Opera
Chattanooga, TN, USA


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Posted June 11th

Project details

What we need
  • Setup and implementation of Google Workspace account and specific apps
  • Training for up to 5 staff on how to configure and use Google's apps
  • Note: Google Apps for Nonprofits (Google Workspace) is free for qualifying 501(c)(3) nonprofits, and includes 30GB of storage across Gmail and Google Drive
Additional details

This posting is a request for GOOGLE WORKSPACE STAFF TRAINING. We switched from Microsoft to Google Workspace in the past year, and we would love to conduct a staff training to make sure everyone is comfortable with the ins and outs of using Google Workspace. Our staff has varied tech experience and could use a full walkthrough of the basics. Ideally, we'd like for all staff to be able to reliably use Gmail, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms etc, and be well-versed in concepts like sharing and linking.

What we have in place
  • We currently have GSuite up and running, with staff comfortably using Gmail, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a few staff members who have been managing admin, groups, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How this will help
This project will save us $2,296 , allowing us to keep bringing classical music to all!

With training, our small but mighty team will be able to maximize our efficiency and work even better together! About 9 people will undergo this training, from a wide range of ages and technical abilities. We're a close-knit group that all want to support each other so we can in turn continue to support our community through music. For a small organization like ours, time is always at a premium, which means more efficiency is a huge plus for us and the classical musicians that we support!

Project plan

Prep: Google Workspace Account
  • Volunteer Manager applies for G Suite for Nonprofits , or has a Google Workspace account and is ready to set it up
Milestone 1: Information Gathering
  • Volunteer Manager shares current suite of applications team uses, along with current storage and file management system
  • Professional provides recommended list of Google apps to setup, and incorporates feedback from Volunteer Manager
Milestone 2: Implementation and Training
  • Professional sets up requested Google Workspace apps, such as Google Drive, Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar, and Google Hangouts.
  • Professional sets up Gmail with an initial set of email groups (if necessary)
  • Professional sets up G Suite account admin privileges for Organization’s designated admin users
  • Professional provides a basic tutorial on the functionality of different applications, as well as instructions for admin users
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About the org

Chattanooga Symphony & Opera
Posted by
Antine R.

Director of Development

Our mission

The mission of the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera is to inspire, engage, and enrich the greater Chattanooga community through music and music education.

What we do

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera is Chattanooga's only fully professional performing arts organization and one of our region's largest arts employers. The presence of a professional orchestra in Chattanooga makes it possible for our community to employ more than 300 professional musicians in a traditional season and provide performance opportunities for another 400 volunteer choirs, singers, and musicians. These artists are a huge community asset: they live and work in our region, perform for private events, and teach in area colleges, schools, and private studios.

Our mission to inspire, engage, and enrich the greater Chattanooga community through music and music education reaches throughout Eastern Tennessee and three bordering states. We do this through roughly 20 mainstage performances like Classics (formerly Masterworks), attracting 16,000+ audience members annually, and over 100 education performances and programs, serving another 16,000+ students and adults. Our childhood education programs inspire (through Family and Young People's Concerts) and teach (through the Youth Symphony) the next generations of musicians and arts appreciators in our region. Their interest is cultivated through adulthood with casual programs like DeClassified and Pops, which attract and engage new audiences. In late adulthood, generations have developed into the classical aficionados that most enjoy our Classics and opera performances, many of whom re-invest in this pathway through donations, board service, or volunteerism.

Some people don't have the privilege to participate in this musical pipeline throughout life, and often those are the people who would benefit most from musical engagement. Because 1 in 4 Tennesseeans has a disability, we strive to serve this audience by making the CSO as accessible as possible. We built the Sensory Friendly Series and the All-Accessible Concert specifically to serve the disabled people in our community, and have augmented our other performances with services to improve the concert experience for disabled patrons.

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