Here’s your summary of events and opportunities for nonprofits who are tech-curious. And if you’re into podcasts subscribe to our feed of presenter recordings.
May 7: Setting Marketing Goals for Your Nonprofit
Creating a marketing plan for your nonprofit organization will move you from where you are to where you want to be. Learn real tips and trick to starting out right this year with a plan that you can explain to your team and board.
June 11: The Digital Nonprofit
Tickets to our annual digital strategy conference are already 70% sold, so register now.
There are also tuition scholarships – apply before midnight May 1 (that’s today!)
- June 25: Google Analytics 101 – Master Class
- July 9: When is a Learning Management System Right for Non-Profits?
News from our Friends
Now in its seventh year, TractionForce is Western Canada’s largest cloud technology and digital transformation event. Serving both nonprofit and commercial organizations, TractionForce aligns investments in people, process and technology to drive your mission, impact and purpose. This year’s keynote line-up includes Alex Honnold, renowned rock climber, star of Oscar-winning documentary Free Solo and founder of the Honnold Foundation, Pam Iorio, CEO & President of Big Brothers Big Sisters America, Aaron Zifkin, Managing Director at Lyft and more.
Join us May 23rd at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre for TractionForce 2019. Learn more and secure your spot at www.tractionforce.ca.
Digital Skills for Youth program
Is your organization interested in hosting an internship focused on using and/or gaining ICT skills/knowledge in a professional work environment? Then check out the Vancouver Community Network internship program.
Intern salaries are matched to $12,000 and are administered by the Vancouver Community Network (VCN) under the federally-funded DS4Y program. Learn more today.
DigiHospitality Training Grant
Only available while funding lasts, nonprofits can apply for a BC training grant that reimburses up to 100 percent of the cost associated with skills training programs. To take advantage of this, Digital Hospitality has a digital marketing training program redesigned for nonprofits which would be eligible for the training grant. This provides your staff access to digital marketing training used by large businesses and an opportunity where you can learn from top digital marketers recognized by google. Learn more.
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