Apply for NTEN’s Technology Leadership Academy

Lori Halley 01 July 2010 0 comments

NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network has just announced a great opportunity for non-profit organizations who want to learn to use and manage technology more effectively to meet their missions. The Technology Leadership Academy will bring together 100 participants from 50 nonprofit organizations for a 9-week online training program.

Thanks to the generous support of Microsoft, NTEN is able to offer the Technology Leadership Academy at no charge to qualifying organizations.

Instructors for the weekly core sessions include non-profit leaders like Beth Kanter, Katya Andresen, and Edward Granger-Happ. Ask the Expert sessions will also give you the opportunity to interact with field experts such as Charlene Li, Founder of Altimeter Group and Author of Open Leadership. We’re talking about some of the best minds in non-profit technology here – a great learning opportunity!

At the end of the 9-week training, attendees of the Technology Leadership Academy will be able to:

  • Articulate the value of technology in their organization for themselves, funders, and other key stakeholders.
  • View technology as integral to every department in their organizations.
  • Recognize options for funding IT projects in their organizations.
  • Staff technology effectively.
  • Manage the organizational change that technology can produce.

Interested?

Check out the guidelines and schedule; then apply online before 30 July 2010.

If you have questions, please contact Anna at anna@nten.org.

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