October 6, 2014

We Crave Your Content for NTEN Connect Next Month!


November is Member Appreciation Month over here at NTEN. To celebrate, Members take over Connect! That means the guest articles on the NTEN Blog and the featured content in the NTEN Connect monthly come from our Members.

Are you a Member? If so, we crave your content. We need your content. Your content completes us. Send us your original or popular prose about nonprofit technology. NTEN operators are standing by!

How it works:

We’ll post your submissions on the NTEN Blog throughout next month. The best reviewed articles — as determined by page views, time on page, social media mentions, and number of comments — will be published in our monthly Connect email.

How you participate:

  • You must be an NTEN Member. (Don’t think we won’t check!!)
  • Send your nonprofit technology-related article (800-1200 words) to editor@nten.org by October 21st.
  • Once your post is up, convince your friends and family to read it.

Plus: If you have a nifty link you think would fit in the “Things We Like” section, post that in comments, below. We’ll try our darndest to include as many of them as we can in one epic linkfest.

We look forward to reading your work!

Steph Routh
Steph is Content Manager at NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network. She has spent over a decade in the nonprofit sector, with a focus on organizational development, communications, fundraising, and program planning. Steph served as the first Executive Director of Oregon Walks for five years prior to joining NTEN. She is passionate about removing barriers to opportunities and finding equity at the many intersections of social justice work. And she feels lucky every day she is at NTEN, with a Community that does exactly that. Outside the NTEN office, Steph is the Mayor of Hopscotch Town, a consulting and small publishing firm that inspires and celebrates fun, lovable places for everyone. Steph is married to her bicycle and an aunt of two.
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