The Youth Policy Institute (YPI) is a nonprofit organization transforming Los Angeles neighborhoods through a holistic approach to reducing poverty. By ensuring families have access to high quality schools, wrap-around education, and technology services, they enable them to make successful transitions from cradle to college and career.By Cassie Bair
North Carolina (NC) Fair Share CDC is a statewide, multi-issue membership, advocacy, and leadership development organization. They provide a vehicle for change. “Our goal is to get more candidates in the pipeline and more people into the online voter database,” said Akiba Byrd, NC Fair Share CDC’s Executive Director.By Cassie Bair
We’re happy to announce the beta launch of our website redesign! This launch has been a long-time coming — read through the process in previous case study posts:By Megan Keane
Last year, NTEN launched the first cohort for the Oregon Nonprofit Technology Readiness (ONTR) program. We want to introduce you to Luann Algoso, Communications and Special Projects Coordinator for the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon, to share her answers to some of our questions.By Luann Algoso
Last year, NTEN launched the first cohort for the Oregon Nonprofit Tech Readiness (ONTR) program. You may find yourself asking questions like, “Who participates in this program with a mix of online and offline learning and what did it mean for them?” We want to introduce you to Taylor Smith, Technical Services Manager for the Oregon Food Bank to share his answers to these questions and a few more.By Taylor Smith
Last year, NTEN launched the first cohort for the Oregon Nonprofit Technology Readiness (ONTR) program. You may find yourself asking questions like, “Who participates in this program with a mix of online and offline learning, and what did it mean for them?” We want to introduce you to Emily Squires, Community Engagement Director for Playwrite, Inc., to share her answers to our burning questions.
The home page of any organization’s website is something between a welcome mat and an elevator pitch: you want it to be a clear and thoughtful statement of the organization’s identity and purpose, and you want to entice visitors to linger and explore the website. We recognize that NTEN’s current home page could use some improvement…and we have heard as much from the NTEN Community.By Steph Routh
With NTEN’s website redesign project underway, we took a step back and asked, “How do we know how our users use our site and what they want if we don’t ask? So we turned to the NTEN community, as we will continue to do at various stages of the redesign process, for your candid feedback about the NTEN website.