Location: North Carolina

September 21, 2016

Digital Inclusion Fellows – What’s Next?

Cost: Free for all

Join NCTech4Good as we learn from two of NTEN’s local Digital Inclusion Fellows about what the fellows accomplished in their first year of the fellowship program.

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February 17, 2016

501 Tech Club: Nonprofit Tech Trends for 2016

Cost: Free for all

Trend or Fad? What is it that nonprofits need to do to stay current and ahead of the pack? Join NCTech4Good and look at what has happened, what is happening, and what we can do to best prepare our organizations for 2016.

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January 20, 2016

501 Tech Club: Data!

Cost: Free for all

Join NCTech4Good to hear from YNPN’s Katie Todd and learn about data!

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December 9, 2015

501 Tech Club: NCTech4Good Social

Cost: Free for all

Come share, laugh, and inspire others as you make new friends (or reconnect with old ones) and meet fellow NCTech4Good nptechies.

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October 21, 2015

501 Tech Club: Digital Inclusion

Cost: Free for all

Join NCTech4Good for a discussion with Michael Abensour, Executive Director of Kramden Institute about bridging the digital divide.

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October 27, 2015 · Katie Todd

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?

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September 16, 2015

501 Tech Club: Nonprofit Online Makeover

Cost: Free for all

Join NCTech4Good for a Nonprofit Online Makeover where they’ll have several organizations share their online challenges and goals, and attendees will have a chance to suggest ideas and tips with them. Whether your organization is going through a website redesign, working on a microsite or working on your social media strategy, this is an excellent opportunity for organizations to crowdsource ideas from some of the most brilliant, creative minds in the NC nonprofit technology space.

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