Google Fiber is coming to the NC Triangle. What do nonprofits need to know in order to take advantage of this offering? What are the benefits? What are the costs? John Snyder of Netfriends will lead us through a discussion of the options.
We invite all local nonprofit organizations to network, learn, test and explore new technologies, exchange ideas, and best practices. #nptech #nct4g
Pizza (sponsored by NTEN & PINInc) and networking starting at 6:30 pm, program at 7:00. Many thanks to UNC-TV for being our host for this meeting.
Netsquared is a project of Techsoup Global. The Netsquared have a very strong and a growing network as show above.
NetSquared mobilizes together nonprofits and activists, tech leaders and funders, and everyone who's interested in using technology for social change.
Key Facts About Our Global Activities
Our volunteer leaders host free in-person events every month in 60 groups in 20 Countries with 16,000 RSVPs and 629 events in 2015.
Many nonprofits lack resources and training to make best use of technology. With the technology landscape changing rapidly, it's hard to stay abreast of available tools and resources. With topics like leveraging free technology and maximizing your internet presence, the NCTech4Good Conference will help meet these issues head-on! Plus, our Unconference hybrid format let’s you pick topics that are most valuable to you.
Join us June 2-3, 2016 for the only nonprofit technology event of its kind in North Carolina to connect with fellow do-gooders to share ideas, resources, and solutions.
Register by May 6 to get the early bird rate of $100/day.
Girls of Different Abilities in ICTs is a project that will focus on ICT4D (ICTs for development) to empower girls that society labels as disabled which increases marginalization. But as M4C our project will help these girls in ICT training i.e. programming, computer hardware repairs, computer networking and many other ICT careers. Why we say “Different abilities” we believe their inability to walk, talk or see does not make them unable to do many other things like ICTS.