What we're about
Bagels & Bytes is technology-related peer learning and networking at its best! We are the local NTEN Tech Club and Net2 affiliate group in the City of Pittsburgh.
Bring your tech questions, ideas, and issues. Join our fellowship of nonprofit techies (professional and "accidental" are equally welcome) as we brainstorm, share ideas and solutions, and support each other! This group is very supportive and non-judgmental. There is no such thing as a "stupid" question at these meetings — all questions and topics for discussion are welcomed. We learn from each other in unexpected ways constantly, regardless of knowledge or skill levels. Hence, you don't have to be an "expert" techie to attend, just curious and interested in nonprofit technology.
The Allegheny County group meets the first Wednesday of each month (except January and July) from 8:30-10 am. Meeting locations rotate every few months, but the group is always hosted by a local nonprofit org. We typically do a summer "outing" each June. We generally hold our December meeting on a Friday afternoon at Dave and Buster's at the Waterfront, our annual "holiday party."
The Westmoreland County group meets the second Tuesday each month, typically at King's Restaurant on Rte. 30 west of Greensburg but the location sometimes varies.
Bagels & Bytes is FREE to attend, but you must RSVP. Please register via phone or email at 412-397-6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also register online at http://www.rmu.edu/bcnmregistration .
Learn more about upcoming events on our blog: https://bagelsbytesallegheny.wordpress.com/ .
Current organizer: Cindy Leonard