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Fwd: Introducing The Technology Leadership Academy

From: Kate B.
Sent on: Wednesday, May 16, 2012 9:30 PM
If your nonprofit organization has a budget of less than $2 million, I highly recommend applying to participate in this program.


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From: Andrea Berry, Idealware <[address removed]>
Date: Wed, May 16, 2012 at 12:22 PM
Subject: Introducing The Technology Leadership Academy
To: [address removed]

Idealware: Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Software Decisions

Hi Katherine,

If you haven't heard about NTEN's Technology Leadership Academy, let me make your day. The Technology Leardership Academy, or TLA, is a free, intensive nine-week technology boot camp of sorts led by some of the top names in nonprofit tech (including Idealware). We have been involved with the TLA since it began, and we'll be leading a session on "Bringing Order to Your Constituent Data" at the upcoming academy in July. Our session is just one of many opportunities to learn from nonprofit technology experts, and yes, really, the entire program is absolutely free. Needless to say, we think you should apply. Find more information from NTEN below.



Now more than ever, nonprofit leaders must understand the potential technology has to help them meet their missions. You require effective ways to manage technology and lead others to use tools to their best organizational advantage.

NTEN's Technology Leadership Academy is a training program designed to help you do just that.

Thanks to the generous support of Google and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, we're able to offer the Technology Leadership Academy at no charge to qualifying organizations.

Learn more and apply (by June 8th) at

The Academy is a unique opportunity to learn and interact with your peers while creating a tight network of nonprofit leaders working towards a common mission: using technology to create social change.

Your instructors during the weekly core sessions will be top nonprofit leaders like Kivi Leroux-Miller, Laura Quinn, and Amy Sample Ward.

An attendee to the an earlier Academy said:

"I thoroughly enjoyed the Academy and learned more than I imagined. I was very impressed with the caliber of experts and the diversity of presenters. I was initially very timid, because my knowledge base was low, but feel much more adept as a result of the Academy. Many, many thanks! I would highly recommend it to others!"

Learn more at

We will offer the Academy two more times in 2012. You may apply to either of the upcoming cohorts. Participants will be selected based on the guidelines and their commitment to full participation.

We hope you'll consider applying,

Holly Ross


Executive Director
NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network
1020 SW Taylor, #800
Portland, OR 97205
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Twitter: ntenhross


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