In May 2015, NTEN and Google Fiber launched the Digital Inclusion Fellowship, a new national program investing in local communities and nonprofit organizations to address the digital divide. Sixteen Fellows comprised the first cohort; and they shared their work in progress earlier this year. We asked Sarah Bell to give us an update on her work with Literacy Kansas City.
Everything you need to know about the 17NTC session proposal community voting process.
We asked Daniel Lucio to give us an update on his Digital Inclusion Fellowship work with Austin Free-Net.
News and resources from NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Clubs, Communities of Practice (CoPs), and the NTEN online community platform.
In light of the recent tragedy in Orlando it’s important to reiterate that, more than anything, NTEN is a community. We stand with the LGBTQA and Latinx community targeted in this horrible attack. We stand with the Muslim community who will no doubt deal with the repercussions from one person’s actions. Let’s rally together for ways we can support those affected.
We are thrilled to introduce the amazing people who will be the second cohort of NTEN’s Digital Inclusion Fellowship.
We are excited to announce the session proposal stage is now open for the 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference (17NTC) happening in Washington D.C. March 23-25, 2017!