NETSQUARED VANCOUVER EVENTS
Most NetSquared events are free, so don’t be shy – come join us!
Security and Privacy Processes for Nonprofits
When: Tuesday, November 7
Privacy is all around us. In a hyper connected world where data insight gives organizations a competitive edge, the risks of managing and safeguarding that data – specifically personal data – have increased exponentially. How then, not-for-profit organizations, can influence the importance of privacy and security management while at the same time continue forging relationships with the communities they serve?
Join us for this event where we will explore the opportunities that lie ahead in terms of increasing trust, reputation and brand exposure through the management of Private information.
EVENTS FROM OUR COMMUNITY FRIENDS
Here’s a selection of upcoming learning opportunities specifically for nonprofits. If you have a suggestion for our next monthly event email us at [email protected]
National Philanthropy Day
When: Thursday, November 16
Join us as we celebrate philanthropy in Vancouver for the 20th straight year. Dr. David Suzuki and Severn Cullis-Suzuki will make a keynote presentation on the impact of philanthropy in their lives. Includes a 3-course plated lunch.
When: November 16 – 18
CanRoots convenes organizers from across issues to learn, celebrate, and grow together. Attendees share best practices, hard-learned lessons, new ideas and inspire each other. This is a great gathering of progressive organizers working on some of the most important issues of our times.
Mission: Introduction to Project Management for Nonprofits
When: Saturday, November 18
The objective of this workshop is to introduce Non-Profit leaders to the practice of project management. You will learn how project management can assist you in successfully planning and completing initiatives through the use of basic project management tools and processes.
When: Tuesday, November 28
When: January 26, 2018
Capacity is a one day conference designed to empower small to medium sized non-profits and charities to do good better. Capacity building stands at the core of this conference leaving attendees ready to adapt and thrive in this fast-changing non-profit world. Our goal at Capacity is to help non-profit professionals develop and strengthen practical skills in order to maintain and grow a more efficient, innovative and impactful organization.
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FREE TECH HELP AND RESOURCES
Free Consulting with The Community Corps
The Community Corps connects nonprofits and schools to free online help from skilled tech volunteers from top companies who can assist with technology related projects. Volunteers can help with training on software like Excel and Salesforce to updating websites, or providing unbiased advice on a hardware or software purchase. To get started create your account and post a request for tech help.
Free Geek Vancouver
Free Geek is a nonprofit community organization located in East Van that reduces the environmental impact of waste electronics by reusing and recycling donated technology. Through community engagement we provide education, job skills training, Internet access and free or low cost computers to the public. We’ve got electronics at the same price as Craigslist, but with a warranty. http://freegeekvancouver.org
JOBS AND VOLUNTEER POSTINGS
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