Love to Learn Tech Tips in Person? NetSquared Is for You!

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Our chapter leaders believe that we can bridge the digital divide by giving every NGO the tools and skills to accomplish its mission efficiently and effectively. Toronto has scheduled a Pints not Profits social, Victoria is holding its annual NGO Ho Ho party, and the Research Triangle will hold an NPTech Mixer. Victoria, British Columbia: NGO Ho Ho: A Holiday Party for Victoria's Nonprofits. Hamra, Lebanon: The Dream Matcher Experience — Beirut.

Supporting Nonprofit Tech Educators Across the Globe

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Victoria, British Columbia: NGO Ho Ho: A Holiday Party for Victoria's Nonprofits. Beirut, Lebanon: Elevate Startup Sprint. Beirut, Lebanon: Elevate Startup Sprint. Beirut, Lebanon: Elevate Startup Sprint. Beirut, Lebanon: Elevate Startup Sprint. IMAGE ATTRIBUTION GUIDELINES Image Name: Author / License. Here's your monthly roundup of free in-person #Tech4Good events. But first I'm going to show off on behalf of our NetSquared organizers.

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E-Mediat: Networked Capacity Building in the Middle East

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The goal is to train over 150-250 NGOs in Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen, Morocco, and other countries and help them put social media skills into practice. A big reason for our three day meeting was for the four of us who are creating the “ Train the Trainers &# workshops for the in-country leadership teams in Beirut next month to meet and finalize our lesson plans and materials. As part of working in a transparent way, the curriculum is available on a wiki and creative commons license.

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Your #NPtech Community Calendar for July

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Victoria, British Columbia: NGO Summer Social. Beirut, Lebanon: Pre-Bootcamp SkillPill: Spreadsheets for Startups. IMAGE ATTRIBUTION GUIDELINES Image Name: Author / License. Have you ever thought about hosting nonprofit technology events in your community? You should, because it's awesome fun. Not only will you be contributing your skills to local nonprofits, you'll also be building your reputation and connecting with your tribe.