Boost your technology capacity
Better technology strategies can make all the difference in how effectively you can help your organization deliver programs and services that have an impact on people’s lives.
Join one of NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Readiness cohorts to learn what it takes to become a more effective technology leader and planner. You’ll emerge from the cohort fully prepared to implement technology solutions that will bring about meaningful change at your organization and in your community.
About Nonprofit Tech Readiness
NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Readiness cohorts are designed for nonprofit professionals who want to improve their technology leadership skills and capacity to manage tech projects across an organization.
These cohorts strengthen your knowledge of best practices for planning, decision-making, budgeting, and more. You’ll move your customized technology project from the idea stage to a full-blown action plan, and get the personal attention and guidance you need to implement the project.
Cohorts combine valuable educational and leadership opportunities. You’ll learn from expert practitioners and receive training to make technology projects successful.
Each Nonprofit Tech Readiness cohort includes:
A series of educational courses that cover the core competencies of technology planning, budgeting, implementation, and evaluation across an organization.
Working sessions to build your technology project planning skills and develop connections with your cohort peers.
A facilitated process for discussing feedback every step of the way and practicing and modeling experiences you can replicate at your organization.
Advice and mentorship that will have a critical and lasting impact on your project, including support on successful planning, culture change, and implementation.
Partner on a cohort
Partner with NTEN on one or more Nonprofit Tech Readiness cohorts to strengthen nonprofit technology capacity and support these dedicated professionals. Cohorts can be customized based on your goals, interest area, or location.