Atlanta, Georgia: A City on the Brink: Digital Inclusion Fellowship Voices

February 9, 2016
In May 2015, NTEN and Google Fiber launched the Digital Inclusion Fellowship, a new national program investing in local communities and nonprofit organizations to address the digital divide. Sixteen Fellows are working this year on projects that include setting up basic computer skills courses, increasing home Internet usage, and volunteer recruitment and training. Aneta Thomas Lee shares her recent work as a Fellow in Atlanta, Georgia, working for the Department of Parks & Recreation in Atlanta.

February Member Roundup: Privacy report, design inspiration, and website stats to know

February 8, 2016
The latest news, events, and good reads from NTEN Members.

Nominate a Campaign or Initiative for the Care2 Impact Prize by Midnight!

February 5, 2016
Know of a prize-worthy campaign or initiative in the charity sector? Nominations are still open through the end of today!

Be a Guest Author for Connect: Measuring Impact

February 4, 2016
"Show me the impact." Have you ever uttered these words? Do they stir in you motivation, excitement, perhaps a little nerdy thrill? Spin that excitement into 800-1,200 words in Connect next month! March's theme is "Measuring Impact."

A Brief History of Tech Clubs in Poland

February 4, 2016
Our Tech Club meetings, held on the first Wednesday of each month, have already attracted thousands of people from all over Poland. The formula created by NTEN and transplanted into Poland has proven to be exactly what local NGOs need!

The Mindful Community Manager

February 2, 2016
It’s common to think of a community manager as a moderator: someone to control the messaging and make sure things stay on track. While that’s a part of their role, there is so much more to community management than this! Although they do administer and/or create the rules for the community, they guide the members in a direction that educates, facilitates discussion, and helps each other succeed.  

The Motivating Spark in a Student’s Eye: Digital Inclusion Fellowship Voices

February 1, 2016
In May 2015, NTEN and Google Fiber launched the Digital Inclusion Fellowship, a new national program investing in local communities and nonprofit organizations to address the digital divide. Sixteen Fellows are working this year on projects that include setting up basic computer skills courses, increasing home Internet usage, and volunteer recruitment and training. Naymar Prikhodko shares her recent work as a Fellow in Austin, Texas, working for the Skillpoint Alliance.