Your guide to the resources that will help you put technology to work for your cause (although this month, we're going to be a little self-serving).
Get the Most out of NTEN
Our newsletter is only the tip of the iceberg: it's the Member benefits you're not seeing yet that will sink your ship. Hmm, wait, that doesn't sound right. Unless: you're like a goldfish on that ship, trapped in a bowl (of tech knowledge), but tragically separated from the wider sea of technology-loving fish everywhere. So you want the ship to sink! [Ed. note: Ouch.]
Anyway, if all you're getting out of NTEN is this newsletter, you're clearly missing out. We've got plenty of free ways for you to connect with your peers, from our Facebook group to our Affinity Groups and 501 Tech Clubs to our blog.
But if you really want to thrive in the current economic environment, you'll take the next step and become a Member.
Let's just consider our popular webinars: in addition to saving up to 50% off our already low prices, NTEN Members can buy the Season Pass -- unlimited webinars in 2009 for only $275.
What's more, we've just made our entire archive of recorded webinars (through September 30, 2008) free to our Members, with more to be added on a quarterly basis.
Then there are all the other reasons to join.
Prepare for the NTC
And, of course, NTEN Members save $200 off registration for the 2009 Nonprofit Technology Conference. You can get the best price by registering before the Early Bird deadline on January 31st. You can also book a room at the San Francsico Hilton at our special group rate.
With that out of the way, you can start looking forward to April 26, when 1,200(ish) like-minded individuals join together for 3 days of insight, camaraderie, learning -- and not just a little fun.
We've been working hard to make sure there are so many great breakout sessions, you may have a hard time choosing between them. Now would be a good time to start planning your own learning agenda. We've also got noted author Clay Shirky as our keynote speaker.
Plus, we'll be in San Funcisco. And wouldn't you know it, they have a handy Visitors' Guide, so we don't have to scour the web for recommendations. (We can recommend the MOMA, though.) Finally, don't forget to sign up for our After Party, at Mezzanine. The musical acts should come as quite a surprise. Stay tuned!