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NTC: Nonprofit Technology Conference
Held March 13-15, 2014 in Washington, D.C., the event was packed full of insights. Recordings were made of many sessions and they should be available on the NTEN website, but also, see the hashtag below for comments and links:

Twitter hashtag: #14NTC

NTEN aspires to a world where all nonprofit organizations use technology skillfully and confidently to meet community needs and fulfill their missions.
To join NTEN, follow this link -> Join today!

NTC: Nonprofit Technology Conference

Held March 13-15, 2014 in Washington, D.C., the event was packed full of insights. Recordings were made of many sessions and they should be available on the NTEN website, but also, see the hashtag below for comments and links:

Twitter hashtag: #14NTC

NTEN aspires to a world where all nonprofit organizations use technology skillfully and confidently to meet community needs and fulfill their missions.

To join NTEN, follow this link -> Join today!

NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network
-> Cloud Computing Seminar
Thanks to NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network (nten.org/), for a terrific cloud computing seminar in Dallas on November 14, 2012.
And, thanks to the Communities Foundation of Texas (cftexas.org/), for allowing NTEN to hold the event in its beautiful facilities.
Click on my Instagram to reach the event overview ~ fantastic speakers and a tremendous amount of information was shared about making nonprofits more efficient and more effective in meeting their many worthy missions by going into “the cloud.”





On the NTEN website, a search on cloud computing reveals many helpful online resources: nten.org/search/node/cloud%20computing.

NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network

-> Cloud Computing Seminar

Thanks to NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network (nten.org/), for a terrific cloud computing seminar in Dallas on November 14, 2012.

And, thanks to the Communities Foundation of Texas (cftexas.org/), for allowing NTEN to hold the event in its beautiful facilities.

Click on my Instagram to reach the event overview ~ fantastic speakers and a tremendous amount of information was shared about making nonprofits more efficient and more effective in meeting their many worthy missions by going into “the cloud.”

  • On the NTEN website, a search on cloud computing reveals many helpful online resources: nten.org/search/node/cloud%20computing.
Thanks for the 2011 “NTENny” Award
I was honored to receive an award in 2011 for my enthusiastic membership recruitment efforts for, NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network (nten.org).
NTEN has been invaluable to helping me navigate the ever-changing “tech” world of nonprofit management, fundraising and communications over the past several years. In fact, NTEN is the reason I began blogging (http://carolynmappleton.wordpress.com), and for that I am truly grateful. 
To become an NTEN member, click on the photograph above. It is an investment that will repay you many times over in the months and years ahead. Thank you!

Thanks for the 2011 “NTENny” Award

I was honored to receive an award in 2011 for my enthusiastic membership recruitment efforts for, NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network (nten.org).

NTEN has been invaluable to helping me navigate the ever-changing “tech” world of nonprofit management, fundraising and communications over the past several years. In fact, NTEN is the reason I began blogging (http://carolynmappleton.wordpress.com), and for that I am truly grateful.

To become an NTEN member, click on the photograph above. It is an investment that will repay you many times over in the months and years ahead. Thank you!

This photo courtesy of Microsoft Office is found in my CharityChannel Summit 2011 and Grant Professionals Association workshop slide presentation - one of three discussions - is now on SlideShare.  Click on the photograph to see all three presentations.
Hearty thanks go to Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Nonprofit Technology Network and Kristen Schultz, JD of Crescendo Interactive, Inc. for joining me in the workshop ~ the three of us hope to encourage traditional fundraising professionals to embrace “high tech”!

This photo courtesy of Microsoft Office is found in my CharityChannel Summit 2011 and Grant Professionals Association workshop slide presentation - one of three discussions - is now on SlideShare.  Click on the photograph to see all three presentations.

Hearty thanks go to Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Nonprofit Technology Network and Kristen Schultz, JD of Crescendo Interactive, Inc. for joining me in the workshop ~ the three of us hope to encourage traditional fundraising professionals to embrace “high tech”!

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