NTEN Main Contact
NTEN’s community manager is Tristan Penn. Tristan is the main point of contact for all things related to NTEN’s community programs.
You can contact him via email@example.com or 503-272-8761
Feel free to call or send a Google Hangout chat message or Slack direct message with quick questions. (Note: Tristan typically works Monday-Friday 9am-5pm PT.)
NTEN’s community manager will send out NTEN and program-related announcements a few times a month. As an organizer, it is your responsibility to keep up with these messages.
All online organizers are added to the firstname.lastname@example.org announcement mailing list. NTEN’s community manager will send out NTEN and program-related announcements a few times a month. Please be sure to stay on top of these messages.
NTEN sends out a monthly newsletter to better connect volunteer organizers with NTEN HQ, unify NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Club and online community organizers, elevate resources from within the organizer community, and ultimately build the capacity of our community volunteers—that’s you! Each month we’ll curate a few announcements from NTEN and the organizer community and share resources and tips to help you do your work even better.
Connect with your fellow NTEN community volunteers across the US, Canada, and Europe. NTEN has nearly 100 community volunteers—you never need to go at it alone. Ask each other questions, share wins and fails, and do a little bragging. The more connected you are to your peers, the more sustainable your group is likely to be.
Join the NTEN community volunteer Slack team. Chat publicly with other local and online organizers or in private channels with your teammates. (Contact NTEN’s community manager if you haven’t been added yet.)
Check out our Slack user guide to see how we use Slack together as a team.
Every quarter we try to get the organizer community together for group conference calls. These calls give organizers the opportunity to connect with NTEN and their peers.
See the organizer training schedule for upcoming calls.
Review notes from previous calls or add to the upcoming agenda via collaborative documents for Tech Club organizers.