December 12, 2016

17NTC Scholarships: Donate Today!

2016 is winding down and the 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference is fast approaching, but you can still make a donation to the scholarship fund.

Your generous donations, along with contributions from Care2 and Tiltify, make this program possible. #17NTC scholarships allow for more and a greater diversity of community members to participate in the premier nonprofit technology professional development event.

As scholarship recipients from last year shared:

“I gained an immense amount of knowledge to share with the nonprofit folks here in our community. It is exciting to see how technology is affecting our nonprofit world and how it can empower us to do so much more. I love the creativity and that it is in a sense ‘unknown’ territory where ‘test and evaluate’ is celebrated!”

“There’s nothing like being surrounded by passionate individuals who understand you and your challenges. I came back to work this week energized, educated, and ready to take on the world.”

We hope you’ll consider making a donation to support the scholarship program.

Thank you to our scholarship sponsors:

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logo for Tiltify

 

 

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Drew Pizzolato
Drew is committed to building pathways to digital access and digital literacy. Through his participation in a series of related projects, from managing a multi-state digital literacy initiative under the BTOP program to researching the ways locally responsive programming shape the digital literacy acquisition process to tutoring clinic patients in a health related technology training project, Drew has been lucky to see first hand the positive impact that learning to use technology can have on adults lives. He believes that as technology becomes increasingly embedded in everyday tasks, the importance of creating opportunities for everyone to have access and training only grows. Drew comes to NTEN from the Literacy, Language and Technology Research group at Portland State University. In past lives he has worked as a line cook and as a seller of cookbooks. Drew spends free time cooking with friends, reading, learning to play squash and tinkering with stereo electronics.
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