[rtpnet-tact] Great content! N-TEN conference, Greensboro, Feb. 12

Judy Hallman hallman at email.unc.edu
Mon Feb 2 10:47:07 EST 2004


To TACT list:

The content for the N-TEN conference in Greensboro on February 12
looks terrific! See
http://www.nten.org/conferences-nc   and in particular
http://www.nten.org/conferences-nc-agenda
and Holly's message below.

Judy Hallman (hallman at rtpnet.org, http://www.rtpnet.org/hallman)
Executive Director, RTPnet, NC (http://www.RTPnet.org/)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 11:54:03 -0800 (PST)
From: holly at nten.org
To: ncconference at list.nten.org
Subject: [ncconference] Greensboro Nonprofits can attend the Conference for
    just $50

Hi folks -

Please forward this message to any nonprofits you know in Greensboro! (And I know a few of you still haven't registered for the conference!)

Best,
Holly

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Hello -

The North Carolina Regional Nonprofit Technology Conference will be held on February 12, and Greensboro nonprofits can attend at a reduced rate!  Brought to you by N-TEN, and co-hosted by NetCorps, it's your best opportunity to meet peers and build relationships, share resources and ideas, and learn more about what's happening in the field. And, it's a whole lot of fun.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, staff at Greensboro nonprofits can now register for just $50. Simply register securely through our online registration system, and follow the on-screen prompts to claim your discounted registration.

Join us on February 12  register now at:

http://nten.forms.soceco.org/3072/

To see the complete agenda and learn more about the conference, point your browser to:

http://www.nten.org/conferences-nc

We're really excited about the great agenda we've put together for the North Carolina Regional Conference  its a great mix of nuts and bolts sessions that will give you concrete examples of how to help your organization, and sessions that will help you think about some of the most important issues in nonprofit technology.   And, we've pulled together some of the best and brightest to deliver those topics:

* Tom Caswell from IBM on the difference between Internet privacy and security, and what you need to know about privacy issues.

* Matthew Latterell from NetCorps on how to take simple steps to prepare your organization for accidents, outages, and disasters.

* Kamira Jones from the Triangle United Way on how to help decision-makes like boards and executive directors understand the true value of technology.

* Lisa Harris from NetCorps on how keep the dreaded SPAM out of your inbox!

* John Kenyon fro, Groundspring.org on what you need to do to effectively raise money on line.

To see the complete agenda and learn more about the conference, point your browser to:

http://www.nten.org/conferences-nc

Join us on February 12 -  register now at:

http://nten.forms.soceco.org/3072/

And don't wait to register!  Space is limited, and the conference is filling up!!

Holly Ross, Director of Programs, N-TEN
Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network
http://www.nten.org
holly at nten.org, 415.397.9000

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