March 10, 2017

17NTC & Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate Crossover Opportunity

Are you curious about NTEN’s new courses but haven’t had a chance to try one out yet? Are you attending 17NTC and already working towards your Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate? Are you looking to extend your experience beyond the in-person event?

This year we are offering something new. We are making two of our weeklong courses available as a crossover event with the 17NTC. Rather than the usual 90-minute live, online session participants will be able to attend a 90-minute session at the conference.

You can learn more here about our courses and what the week-long training experience normally looks like.

Courses Available

Intro to Google Analytics
Advanced Social Media Practice

The live event portion of each will happen on Friday, March 24 at 1:30 pm at the conference.

Who Can Participate

  • Available to those who are already registered and will be attending 17NTC
  • Those interested in earning credits toward the Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate
  • Those who can attend the related 17NTC session in person
  • Seats are limited to 20 seats for each course

Cost

The fee is included as part of your existing 17NTC registration. There will be no additional charge for participating in this unique opportunity.

How To Participate

**Registration for this course is now closed in order to allow to for the pre-work prior to the live session.**

Questions

If you have any additional questions feel free to reach out to us at training@nten.org.

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Ash Shepherd
Ash has been in love with the nonprofit sector for nearly two decades, where he has worked in the areas of conservation, environmental education, social work, youth program development, and technology consulting. He has been an active member of the NTEN Community, serving as a co-organizer of Portland’s 501 Tech Club, and completing a three-year term on the NTEN: Change Journal's Editorial Committee. Ash earned a B.S. from the University of Montana in Resource Management and a Masters in Environment and Development from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa. He is a well respected public speaker and has developed numerous nonprofit resources including the Nonprofit Social Media Audit and co-authored the Social Media Road Map.