April 9, 2014

NTEN Celebrates National Volunteer Week: Appreciation for 501 Tech Club Leaders

April 6-12, 2014

This week is National Volunteer Week! Points of Light, the organization that established this program in 1974, says “National Volunteer Week is about taking action and encouraging individuals and their respective communities to be at the center of social change – discovering and actively demonstrating their collective power to make a difference.”

To recognize the tireless work of volunteers that support the nonprofit sector, we’ll be publishing a blog post every day this week to celebrate their contributions. Today we give a hearty THANK YOU to our 501 Tech Club leaders.

501 Tech Clubs are informal local groups that meet regularly to get to know their colleagues, develop a professional support network, and talk shop. Tech Club leaders not only organize and implement everything for their clubs, they ultimately help local organizations use technology skillfully and confidently to create greater social impact and meet the needs of their communities. This is a wonderful thing.

Dearest Tech Club leaders, we wholly appreciate your friendship and your service. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Wish there was a Tech Club in your neighborhood? Read NTEN’s page on starting a new club and then email us at community@nten.org.

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Bethany Lister
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