Feb 11
February 11, 2016

Town Hall: Feb 2016

Cost: Free for Everyone!
Location: Virtual

We want to hear from you, and these quarterly Town Halls are a way to create a dedicated, open line for NTEN staff to provide updates and insights about our work, and hear from you (yes, you) about what you’re working on, how we can better serve you and your team, and to discuss hot topics in the community.

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Feb 17
February 17, 2016

Webinar: Insights From New Research on Digital Inclusion and Access

Cost: Free for everyone!
Location: Virtual

Join us as we discuss the findings in recently published Digital Inclusion and Meaningful Broadband Adoption Initiatives Report, released by the Benton Foundation. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the findings from the study, as well as practical tips and tools that could be useful for other organizations working in areas related to digital inclusion.

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Feb 17
February 17, 2016

501 Tech Club: Fundraising and E-commerce: A (Surprise) Match Made in Heaven

Cost: Free for all
Location: Ontario

Join Tech4Good Ottawa to learn how one charity used e-commerce to generate revenue during the largest refugee crisis of our generation.

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Feb 17
February 17, 2016

501 Tech Club: Technologists Who Love Nonprofits

Cost: Free for all
Location: Florida

Join Tech4Good Orlando to expand your tech knowledge for the nonprofit community!

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Feb 17
February 17, 2016

501 Tech Club: Periscope for Nonprofits

Cost: Free for all
Location: New York

Live streaming has been recently thrust into the limelight with the release of Periscope–a free mobile app that allows any user to livestream and broadcast from wherever they are. Join 501 Tech NYC to learn if Periscope is right for your nonprofit and if it is, how can you use it effectively.

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Feb 22
February 22, 2016

NTEN Lab Portland: Campaign Planning & Management

Cost: $50 for NTEN Members; $100 for Non-members
Location: Oregon

Campaigns can feel exciting and overwhelming at the same time. The clear “finish line” may make immediate results easier to see than our ongoing work; but campaign efforts also seem to consume many resources toward a single final goal. Does it really have to feel this way all the time?

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