We are sad to share the news that long-time NTEN community member Aaron Bramley has passed away.
It’s official: 20 movers and shakers have now earned their Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate! This first group to earn their Certificate represent an amazing group of diverse and driven individuals. They fill a wide range of roles from IT directors to communications staff to consultants.
It’s that time of year again when we start talking about proposals for the next Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC). We’ve been gathering feedback over the past few years and have some updates to share, including a revamped timeline.
The NTEN community recognizes these individuals and organizations, whose contributions demonstrate a passion and dedication to the role that nonprofit technology plays in making the world a better place.
A new program that gives participants in-depth training in the key things they need to know as nonprofit tech professionals is paying dividends for the first 15 participants.
The 2017 Digital Outlook Report is here, and it may surprise you or reaffirm your strategic decisions and investments this year. Data from hundreds of organizations across the globe has guided the findings — see how you compare!
Are you attending 17NTC and already working towards your Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate? We are making two of our weeklong courses available as a crossover event with 17NTC. Rather than the usual 90-minute live, online session, participants will be able to attend a 90-minute session at the conference.
It’s awards season, which means this is your chance to celebrate your own wins and the amazing work of other nonprofit technology professionals.
Teleportation, fables, and changing the world: Get to know NTEN’s newest team member!
Meet the NTEN Digital Inclusion Fellows for 2017. These community-driven leaders will build and produce digital literacy programs in their neighborhoods.