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  • rsvped for #TechThursday 2020-05-15 17:22:31 -0400

    #TechThursday

    Join Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of the Triangle with special guest Deron Tse to workshop technical ideas and issues! We hope you leave with clarity on questions you’re facing, perspective on ideas you’re brainstorming, and connections to your fellow YNPN Triangle NC members.  

    Deron will workshop ideas gleaned from previous member feedback and live questions. Email programs@ynpntrianglenc.com  with specific topics and themes you want us to cover during the event!  

    About the speaker

    Deron Tse is an IT Systems Consultant with a specialty in Salesforce. He works primarily with small businesses performing professional services that include developing a technology strategy to improving technology integration. He holds a Certificate in Sustainable Community Development from Colorado State and previously worked at the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits as Technology Coordinator.

     

    WHEN
    June 18, 2020 at 10:30am
    WHERE
    Zoom Meetings
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  • commented on Digital Resource Roundtable 2019-08-06 10:45:49 -0400
    Arlene, I totally agree! YNPN is planning another resource roundtable this September—keep your eye out, we hope to see you there.
  • posted about YNPN Triangle NC 2016 membership campaign on Facebook 2016-10-07 08:41:51 -0400
    This network helped me land my current job-- check out YNPN for a PLETHORA of great non-profit things =)

    We've got big plans for equipping emerging leaders for 2017. Join us:

    $515.00 raised
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    We know that many of our members wear more hats than they can count. We know that too many students are afraid to join the nonprofit sector because of the perceived low pay and high demand. And we know that emerging leaders in the Triangle are hungry for change. 

    At YNPN Triangle NC, we're ready to these challenges head on - with you and for you. Our 2017 programming will focus on what tools, skills, and knowledge leaders like you need in order to transform our nonprofit sector. We cannot afford to stop learning and growing. Whether it's been years since you've been in a classroom or it is part of your daily routine, YNPN Triangle NC invites you to invest in our big plans we have for you in 2017.

    What will your campaign contributions go towards? Here is what we're working on:

    • Securing experts in leadership, racial equity, communications, fundraising, and general nonprofit professionalism to offer more in-depth workshops for 2017
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    • Providing additional resources at events, from those resources that satiate the mind (i.e. books, subscription services) to those that satiate the belly (snacks)
    • Establishing a more robust mentorship program for professionals from of all levels of experience
    • Conducting more outreach on campuses and in our communities in order to encourage more emerging leaders to join our nonprofit sector

    Our ears are always open for your ideas! Send us a note at info@ynpntrianglenc.org. Thank you for your support and for working tirelessly in order to ensure our community becomes stronger, more resilient, and more equitable!

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