[internetworkers] One Week Left to Save $100 on the Nonprofit Technology Conference
hallman at email.unc.edu
Wed Jan 10 14:23:38 EST 2007
To Internetworkers and UNC campus support list:
I highly recommend this conference.
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Subject: [NTEN Announcements][all] One Week Left to Save $100 on the
Nonprofit Technology Conference
Date: 9 Jan 2007 22:50:15 -0000
From: Annaliese Hoehling <annaliese at nten.org>
We don't want you to miss out on getting the best rate for the 2007
Nonprofit Technology Conference, to be held April 4-6 in Washington, DC.
January 15 is approaching, which means you have one week left to save $100
on your conference registration - and don't forget that if you become a
member of NTEN, you can save another $200 on your conference registration!
Learn more and Register for the NTC at http://nten.org/ntc. To find out more
about NTEN membership and become a member, go to http://nten.org/benefits.
Why should you be going to the 2007 NTC? Here are just a few reasons:
> The 2007 Nonprofit Technology Conference, "Reinventing Politics: Creating
Social Change From the Ground Up," will bring more than 1,000 people
together for three days of connecting, learning, educating - and playing,
so that we don't forget how much fun technology and changing the world can
> The NTC is the premier annual event for anyone interested in how
nonprofits can use technology to achieve their missions. Those in the
growing nonprofit tech community have the opportunity to share resources
and learn about what works, what doesn't work, and what is in the works
when it comes to using technology to help make the world a better place.
> The conference will address common issues faced by nonprofit leaders,
program staff, development and communications professionals, and IT staff.
Topics on the agenda will span a broad range of technology expertise -
including such things as learning how to factor technology into your
budget, using Web 2.0 for outreach and spreading the word, and tools and
tips for effective email fundraising campaigns.
We're looking forward to the biggest, best NTC ever, and we hope you'll be
part of it!
If you have any questions about the NTC or NTEN membership, please contact
See You in DC!
Annaliese Hoehling, Program Assistant
NTEN: Your Nonprofit Technology Community
CONNECT. LEARN. ADVOCATE. JOIN!
http://www.nten.org/join | 415.397.9000 | annaliese at nten.org
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