The latest blog articles about NTEN’s work building technology capacity at nonprofits.
As part of our commitment to increasing nonprofit capacity, we are mapping the landscape with our second Digital Adoption Survey. We want to know more about the way nonprofits are making decisions about technology, both inside their organizations and as part of their programs.
We’re recruiting members to join our network of fabulous volunteers who support NTEN’s online community groups!
We are excited to announce that applications are now open for the fourth cohort of the Digital Inclusion Fellowship! Nonprofit staff selected for the Fellowship will create and expand digital inclusion programs to help bring their communities online. These programs empower communities in innumerable ways: They can help parents connect with teachers, instruct job seekers on how to craft a professional resume, promote low-cost internet offers, show seniors how to video chat with family, and so much more.
It feels like just yesterday we were announcing the pilot of the Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate. And now it’s the 1st birthday of the Certificate! Besides eating some cake, we took a look back at the progress and accomplishments that have happened during this first year.
We’re pleased to welcome Pattie Carlin, NTEN’s Finance & Operations Director and newest staff member. Read on to learn more about her history with NTEN, superpower dreams, and what’s really important for nonprofit funding.
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.