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March 15 2011


TechSoup Global: Connect with TechSoup at 11NTC!

This post was written by Elliot Harmon and originally appeared on TechSoup.org

Are you headed to Washington for the Nonprofit Technology Conference? Several of us from TechSoup Global will be there, and we'd love to see you! Here's a rundown of where to find us. 


The State of the Jewish Digital Nation 
Thursday, March 17, 8 a.m.

Rachel Weidinger will lead a resource-matching and problem-solving session as part of this affinity group meeting

International Nonprofit Organizations
Thursday, March 17, 11 a.m.

Shai Coggins from Connecting Up Australia (TechSoup's Australian partner) will host this get-together for international NGOs.

Local Community Organizers
Thursday, March 17, 1 p.m.

Claire Sale will host this community organizers' meetup. Come discuss the struggles, challenges and rewards of community organizing.

Science Fair
Thursday, March 17, 3 p.m.

Be sure to find our booth and say hi at the Science Fair!

Working with a Distributed Team: Fusing Non-local, Virtual, and Remote Staff with Free Communications and Productivity Tools
Saturday, March 19, 1:30 p.m.

Jessica Dally, Evonne Heyning, Rik Panganiban, and Susan Tenby will discuss the tools and strategies they use for working in a distributed team.

The Future of the Map
Elliot Harmon will host this panel on GIS and mapping technologies and the growing role they play in the nonprofit sector.

Follow us on Twitter!

Whether you'll be in Washington or not, you can read our updates on Twitter and watch this blog for 11NTC coverage all week.


NetSquared @NetSquared
TechSoup Global @techsoup 
TechSoup for Libraries @techsoup4libs 
TechSoup Global Network @tsgn 
Nonprofits in Second Life @npsl 
Shai Coggins @shaicoggins
Jessica Dally @jessicadally 
Elliot Harmon @elliotharmon 
Evonne Heyning @amoration 
Alicja Peszkowska @alicjapeas 
Claire Sale @clairesale 
Susan Tenby @suzboop 
Rachel Weidinger @rachelannyes
Laney Strange @laneystrange



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TechSoup Webinar: 10 Social Media Tips & Secrets

Social media has dramatically changed how nonprofits and libraries communicate with supporters, donors, and volunteers. Most organizations in the United States now use social media in their communications and development strategies, but few have been properly trained on how to best utilize sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Your organization's return on investment (ROI) in social media is directly related to whether your staff fully understands the long-term implications of social media and are knowledgeable of each sites' unique functionality and toolset.

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June 05 2010


June 04 2010


Prizes for Paperless Fundraising

Have you successfully moved from paper-based direct mail fundraising to digital tools (email, websites, video, social media, widgets, and/or mobile)? Want to gloat about your successes and possibly make some (more) money as well?

The Paperless Choice Challenge is rewarding successful, creative, replicable campaigns that use electronic  fundraising tools by giving away eight prizes totalling over $20,000. Entries can be submitted between June 15 and September 15, 2010. 

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June 02 2010


Job: Drupal Connoisseur

NetSquared is seeking a Drupal whiz with a deep understanding of the nonprofit technology sphere to serve as system admin and Drupal developer for the global site.

This role will require you to plan and implement new features, functions and applications in our community-driven process. Working in a fast-paced and distributed environment, you will be asked to develop engaging online tools that facilitate usability and increase participation.

The bullet points:

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Want to help develop innovative services for changemakers around the world? We're looking for you.

There's a new position in a new program at TechSoupGlobal: we're looking for a Product Manager to oversee product development, program design and Operations for the Community-Driven Innovation program. The day-to-day focus is on developing modular features, products and services that surface the resource needs of people and organizations work for social-benefit around the world. The net-impact of the role will drive contributions to social-benefit organizations from volunteers; technology companies; funders and anyone else interested in contributing their time, technology and funds to entrepreneurial projects.

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