The latest blog articles about NTEN’s work building technology capacity at nonprofits.
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.
Vote now through March 1 for the 2019 DoGooder Awards, which honor the best work created by people and organizations using video to make a real impact in their communities.
Attending the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference in March? Give your career advice or ask for guidance at our expanded Career Center.
Still wondering if the 19NTC is a good fit for you? (Tip: it is!) Check out our top five reasons to attend the conference.
If your organization made a compelling video this year, submit yours to the 2019 #DoGooderAwards. The submission period is open now through January 16, 2019, and voting will be held from February 1 through March 1, 2019.
The NTEN board is raising funds to support scholarships for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference, and DonorPerfect is offering a matching donation for the next $3,000 that’s contributed.
NTEN announces the Presenting Sponsors for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference: Microsoft and EveryAction. Additional sponsorship opportunities are still available for the 19NTC, March 13-15, in Portland, Oregon.
Applications are open now through December 20 for 11 sponsored Fellowships available in Austin, Charlotte, Cleveland, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, and throughout the state of Oregon.