November 5, 2015 · Dave Hightower , Lee Dykes

Webinar: Remote Control: Distributed Team Software Strategy

Cost: Free for Members; $60 for Non-members

Working remotely for a nonprofit is rewarding, and challenging. What technology really works, and how do we leverage it across teams to move forward in this ever-growing remote office culture?

November 19, 2015 · Ernesto Gluecksmann

Webinar: Podcasting Strategy for Nonprofits

Cost: Free for Members; $60 for Non-members

Join Founder and Partner of CrispMedia and Infamia, Ernesto Gluecksmann, for a discussion on the strategy behind podcasting for nonprofits.

October 8, 2015 · Peter Wrinch

The Sign-up Sheet Is Dead

A room full of supporters just showed up to your event. Do you know their names? »
October 22, 2015

501 Tech Club: Digital Fundraising Discussion and Happy Hour

Cost: Free for all

Join 501 Tech Club DC and CommitChange co-founder and CEO, Roderick Campbell for a candid, funny, and tactical look at the world of digital fundraising.

November 4, 2015

Member Orientation Webinar

Cost: Free for all

Want to learn more about NTEN and NTEN Member benefits? Whether you’re a new Member, an existing Member interested in becoming more involved, or just curious what NTEN is all about, join us for a short presentation about NTEN’s mission, programs, and resources.

October 6, 2015 · Jackie Murphy

Searching for the “Nonprofit Operating System”

On setting up and maintaining communications along that blurry line between the mothership and the field. »
October 6, 2015 · Steph Routh

[Your Guest Article Here for MAM Connect]

We crave your prose for Connect's Member Appreciation Month. »
October 21, 2015

Webinar: Managing Pilot Projects

Cost: $30 for Members; $60 for Non-members

Pilot projects can be an effective approach to helping mitigate many of the risks that come with making strategic technology and program-related decisions within your organization.

October 27, 2015

NTEN Lab North Carolina: Campaign Planning & Management

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

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 so many resources toward a single final goal. Does it really have to feel this way all the time?