The latest blog articles about NTEN’s work building technology capacity at nonprofits.
Community input on 20NTC session proposals runs August 19-30. Select your favorites proposals and you could see them become sessions next March in Baltimore.
NTEN is expanding its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by forming a community committee. Get involved by joining us for quarterly conversations.
Mistakes are a part of life, especially when you’re organizing a community-wide event. Here’s one we made in the 20NTC proposal process.
Changes are coming to NTEN’s membership program. Read on for what it could mean for you.
Long-time NTEN member Thomas Negron has joined our staff as communications director. Amy Sample Ward asks the tough questions you want to know.
We want your ideas! Learn how you can propose a session for 20NTC next March in Baltimore.
Think you know everything there is to know about submitting a session for the NTC? Not so fast! Learn what’s new in the 20NTC process.
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.