NetSquared Local Events in the First Half of August
NetSquared organizers bring together the nonprofit-technology community for face-to-face meetings… but we all know that meetings are boring! Admit it, you sometimes dread going to those all-staff assemblies. Luckily for you, our Net2 planners are a creative bunch. Their “meetings” come in diverse and innovative formats such as Philadelphia’s Crowdsourcing Change, Vancouver’s Coffee Klatsch or a Happy Hour in Austin or Minneapolis.
Don’t be afraid! Find your local #nptech tribe by joining a NetSquared Local group.
August’s NetSquared Events
Tuesday, July 30
- Melbourne, Australia: How to best engage volunteers with your organisation
Wednesday, July 31
- Peterborough, Canada: Net2Ptbo Scheduling Meeting
Tuesday, August 6
- Naples, FL: NFN4Good Tech Club for SWFL
- Austin, TX: Austin 501 Tech Club & NetSquared Happy Hour
- Vancouver, BC: Content Marketing for Non-Profits with Vanessa Chase
- Philadelphia, PA: Crowdsourcing Change: Applying the Social Web to Some Philly Nonprofits
Wednesday, August 7
- Portland, OR: CRM Panel Discussion: Experts Talk About Salesforce, CiviCRM, and RedHen
- Vancouver, BC: NetCoffee² - A casual coffee discussion that will make you more awesome!
Thursday, August 8
Don’t have a local NetSquared Local group? We’d love to help you start a new meetup.
What have NetSquared Local groups been up to recently? Check out the blog to keep on top of the gossip from our community.
- Kevin Lo reports from San Francisco’s latest event, Open Source and Open Data in Action.
- Denver’s Georgina Douglas shares nonprofit Website usability tips.
- What is a social presentation? Joyce Bettencourt has a roundup on the future of slide decks (includes video!)
- Burlington recently hosted a Social Media Surgery. It was awesome. Amanda Levinson lists four reasons why you should host a social media surgery in your community.
- Gordon Dymowski has been practicing community organizing through field trips in Chicago.
That’s all for now! Join us next time to learn what nonprofit techies are doing in your community.