A new addition to today's plans: Social Media Surgery or, more accurate, Social Media Drop-In Clinic!
If you've got questions about the social web we'll have an informal drop-in session where anyone from the voluntary and community sector can come and pick the brain of our 'surgeons', Regina Walton. (Regina's has been as a freelance social media/community manager for four years; she'll have her trusty laptop and mobile wifi). Come armed with your questions! If you're on Twitter be sure to use the #SocMedSep and #SFN2 hashtags to share!
See you tonight!
We've covered a lot of interesting ground so far this year: open-source tech for cities, Black Girls CODE, hackathons, computer skills training, digital storytelling, Salesforce for nonprofits, you name it. Let's come together to share a drink or two with your fellow Tech4Gooders to celebrate our community and brainstorm about exciting new topics to tackle in upcoming meetings.
This is also your chance to learn more about NTEN's programs for nonprofit technology with Lindsay Martin-Bilbrey, Program Director at NTEN, who will be in town just for the occasion!
We know you are working hard to change the world, so take a load off and join us at John Colins for snacks, drinks, and stimulating conversation.
Hope to see you there!
Also, if you're available, join in earlier in the day for NTEN's master class. This day-long, interactive workshop that will help you develop a personalized plan for a project or issue you're working on that you can take back to your organization. And if you're an NTEN member, this is just $35 ($65 for non-members). Register and secure your spot!