The latest blog articles about NTEN’s work building technology capacity at nonprofits.
You can earn NTEN’s technology professional certificate for free! Apply for a scholarship sponsored by Microsoft.
Applications for a scholarship sponsored by Microsoft for the Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate are accepted through June 21. Learn how you can apply.
Who’s the go-to for making the most of your NTEN membership? And who’s our resident expert on trap-neuter-return programs? Say hello to NTEN’s new Membership & Marketing Director.
Applications are now open for the 20NTC Session Advisory Committee. The committee plays a critical role both in selecting education sessions for 20NTC and supporting NTEN’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the entire community-driven proposal process.
An update on NTEN’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Taskforce and their work to help the organization advance our goals for creating a more just and engaged world.
As part of an ongoing effort to be transparent with and accountable to the NTEN community, staff members Tristan Penn and Amy Sample Ward reflect on the 19NTC Racial Affinity Spaces—how they came about, the planning process, and lessons learned.
NTEN and The Forbes Funds announce additional support for you to evaluate your technology, get direct, expert advice from community members, and apply for a small grant to begin your improvements.
The 2019 Digital Inclusion Fellows share their top lessons learned as first-time attendees of the Net Inclusion conference, and preview what’s next for their Fellowship projects.
The fourth cohort of the Digital Inclusion Fellowship wraps up a successful year of creating diverse, community-based programs to help bridge the digital divide.
This year’s winner of public interest computing’s highest honor and $10,000 has created software to help homeless households get shelter—and keep it.
This year NTEN honors community members Shireen Mitchell, Emilio Arocho, and We R Native.