What I Learned From @nancylublin About #dataonpurpose

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For example, they ran a campaign for teens to collect food for a Food Banks around the country. They interviewed them and found out that homeless teens want one thing – jeans. So they started a partnership with Arrow and campaign called “ Teens for Jeans.”. They know from their data that the Shelters used the jeans to help lure the teens into the shelter for the night. At DoSomething, they were getting text messages back from teens.

YMCA of Greater Seattle: Windows MultiPoint Server Case Study

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YMCA of Greater Seattle's Kirkland Teen program was one of our test sites. It serves an estimated 84,000 children and teens, so we hoped that this lab would be a serious test of a MultiPoint Server lab's resilience. The Kirkland Teen program in Bellevue, Washington is run by Emily Smith who is their Youth Development Director. Windows MultiPoint Server Premium 2011 licensing. Microsoft's Windows MultiPoint Server.

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Ali Forney Center Saves Time and Effort with Norton Security

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Transgender teen Ali Forney fled his home at age 13. After he requested the product renewal through TechSoup, "It was only a matter of clicking the 'Renew' link and copying and pasting the new product license number." " He said he didn't require any installation assistance as the "instructions that TechSoup provides along with the licenses are very clear and simple."

The Deep Learning When Nonprofit Techies Get Together

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Beyrouth, Lebanon: Android Development for Teens. Image Name: Author / License. (Please visit the site to view this video). NetSquared DC's Roshani Kothari on why she loves NetSquared. I've just returned from the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Austin and I'm pumped!

What Does a NetSquared Event Look Like?

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Beirut, Lebanon: Android Development for Teens. IMAGE ATTRIBUTION GUIDELINES Image Name: Author / License. If you're a regular reader of this blog, you've probably encountered one of my twice-monthly roundups of nonprofit tech meetups. But perhaps you're leery about attending an event because you're not quite sure what it will be like.

Are You Serving Youth in Your Community? Think You Could Use a Free Tablet?

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Want to know more about how one Philadelphia-based NGO was able to use their TechSoup donation to help homeless teens develop valuable life skills? In entering a submission, the individual or group grants the Sponsor a non-exclusive, irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide, royalty-free, transferable, sub-licensable license and right to use, perform, exhibit, reproduce, distribute, and/or otherwise exploit the story any manner and in any media now known or hereafter devised.

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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Pew Study on Social Media and Teens: (See page 33). It took me about an hour of searching on many different key words to try to find a photo that was creative commons licensed, showing a person or people of color at a computer. Last week, I did at workshop for the Kellogg Action Lab College of Consultants. The participants were consultants who worked with nonprofits on organizational strategic planning, financial planning, evaluation, and other organizational capacity areas.

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Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

A week later, on June 13th, MPower sends out their press release touting the appearance of MPower on Sourceforge under both a GPL v3 license or a license that allows you to develop code without sharing with the rest of your community (I call this the Ebenezer Scrooge license). And they have it under a GPL v3 license. Back to Top ↑ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0

Brahm Ahmadi, People's Grocery, Podcast Transcript

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We do a lot of work with teens in the summertime. urban garden environment justice food This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License Today I am posting the transcript from my interview with Brahm Ahmadi, the Executive Director of People's Grocery. You can hear the orginal podcast on Gcast , Odeo or iTunes.

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