Topic: NTEN News

NTEN Digital Inclusion Fellowship participants hold up their certificates and new USB drive for Margo Scurry, the Fellow at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, North Carolina.

Announcing the 2017 Digital Inclusion Fellowship City Hosts and Call for Fellow Applications

November 28, 2016
The Digital Inclusion Fellowship continues to expand, and applications are now open for 5 new Fellowship positions in Atlanta, Austin, and the Bay Area.
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Speak on the Main Stage at 17NTC!

November 22, 2016
Have you ever wanted to be on stage in front of thousands of friends & colleagues? Here’s your chance! Share your knowledge and passion in an Ignite talk at the 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference in Washington, DC.
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Celebrating the 2016 NTENny Award Winners

November 17, 2016
Each year NTEN gives away several NTENny Awards to those amazing folks who’ve offered their time and smarts to help NTEN staff and the community.
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We Stand With You and Recommit to a Better America

November 9, 2016
We do not address our divisions by hunkering down, talking only to those we know already share our beliefs, and planning for a future time of action. We address our divisions and create stronger ties by listening first, finding shared ground, and recommitting ourselves every day to the belief that we all do want a better America and to create it we all must take action every, single day.
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Share Your Skills and Help Build the Nonprofit Community

October 20, 2016
Demonstrate your expert nonprofit skills and support the future of your sector by becoming an NTEN trainer.
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Policy, Not Just Programs, Needed To Bridge Digital Divide

October 20, 2016
The digital divide is a multi-faceted issue and calls for a multi-faceted approach. I am interested in moving away from direct programming to policy work that enables us to attack this issue from many different sides.
Digital Inclusion Fellow DeAndre Pickett with a group of graduating students from a class at Literacy Action.

Digital Literacy in Atlanta: An Update

September 26, 2016
As part of the Digital Inclusion Fellowship, Fellow DeAndre Pickett gives us an update on his work with Literacy Action in Atlanta, Georgia.

Interview with Erin Doherty, NTEN’s Community Coordinator

September 2, 2016
Erin Doherty is our newest team member. As NTEN's Membership & Engagement Coordinator, Erin will be supporting content creation, community engagement, and membership. Learn all about Erin's passion for nonprofits and tech in this interview!
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Things We Like (August 2016)

August 25, 2016
Turtles dressed as hamburgers, measuring user behavior, emoji-inspired images, and more in this month's Things We Like.
Jimmy was a participant in our first Digital Literacy/Job Readiness program in a public housing community in Durham.

Digital Inclusion Fellowship in Review: A Q&A With Mike Byrd

August 18, 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 comprised the first cohort; and they shared their work in progress earlier this year. We asked Mike Byrd to give us an update on his work with the Kramden Institute.