We just had a flurry of exciting new Communities of Practice (CoPs) emerge since the 14NTC. Check them out!
CoPs create networking and educational experiences for members of the nonprofit tech community via regular discussion threads, conference calls, webinars, and tweet chats. Think about them as free professional development opportunities — spaces to have smart, organic, and timely conversations and presentations with your nptech peers.
Groups are developed and supported by volunteer community organizers. They’re free to join and open to everyone regardless of NTEN Membership. So join one or a few and connect, learn, and change!
- Agile: For the enthusiastic Agile beginner or the Agile expert.
- Arts Nonprofits: For people working at the intersection of the nonprofit arts sector and technology.
- Food: For those who are interested in food issues, such as food access, food policy, food education, and more.
- Nonprofits and Data: For people involved in, or interested in learning about, data science with respect to the nonprofit sector.
- Nonprofit Digital Communications: For those who write, edit, or support nonprofit blogs, website content, social media content, and e-newsletters.
- Women in Nonprofit Tech: For anyone who identifies as a woman and works in, or wants to work in, the nptech space.
Oldies But Goodies
- Accidental Techies: For the few, the proud, the accidental techies.
- CommBuild: For those who build and sustain online and offline communities for nonprofits and other mission-driven organizations.
- Drupal for Nonprofits/Social Change: For those who work in a nonprofit using Drupal or work with nonprofits using Drupal.
- IT Directors: For folks who make key tech decisions at nonprofits.
- Nonprofit Tech Consultants: For nonprofit technology consultants.
Have an idea for a group? Let me know!