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A big love bomb of thanks to all who joined us for past Dev Summit's, as well as all of you who joined in the fun at this year's high-spirited, fully-interactive festival of folks who are passionate about developing software tools to support the work of social change organizations and community activists.
We'll be posting more info soon, but in the meantime, check out last year's proceedings:
Through participating in festivals, trainings, and workshops, over 200 nonprofit and community-based organizations from 25 California communities have been part of the growing technology capacity building network in California.
Aspiration’s Online Seminars to help you strengthen your End of Year Communications.
As the end of the year arrives, nonprofit staff and volunteers often feel an increase in the pressure to produce effective engagement with supporters. If you find yourself in this position, we want to help you. We’ve planned these no-cost, 1 hour online seminars to plan and implement efficient communications practices so that the messages telling your story flow more smoothly with greater impact.
With all the great people that joined us in Sacramento on September 19th & 20th, we have a feeling that the connections and effects will continue to reverberate throughout the state. Aspiration is committed to supporting that emerging network of nonprofit tech leaders.
With the goal of supporting nonprofit capacity builders in mind, we hosted a webinar on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 11am PT.
Here are the training materials from the Basic HTML and Design Aesthetics seminar on September 10, 2013. We hope that you found the info to be useful and learned some tips to sustain passionate online supporters.
Basic HTML and Design Aesthetics Training Materials
Here are the training materials from the Building Online Activists webinar on September 4, 2013. We hope that you found the info to be useful and learned some tips to sustain passionate online supporters.
This September we are gearing up for the California Nonprofit Technology Festival in Sacramento. All of the no-cost seminars we are offering this month will help give nonprofit staff and community members a preview of the sessions and themes that we are likely to build on at CA Tech Fest on September 19 & 20.
Interested in finding out more about the California Nonprofit Technology Festival? We are hosting an informational webinar to help you get a better picture of what will be going down in Sacramento on September 19th & 20th.
The following materials are from the Email Newsletter Tune Up workshop on July 24, 2013. We hope that you found the half day seminar to be useful and learned some tips to make your email blasting efforts more effective.
Joining with ArtSpark and Working Classroom, Jessica co-facilitated a workshop around Online Presence. A wild storm the evening before did not dampen the spirit of the artists and arts organizations in the room.
Collaboration and engagement were two main topics on people’s minds throughout the day, especially connecting with artists of different experience and age ranges to build more community.
The following are the materials he used during the ArtSpark Training in Albuquerque.
The following materials are from the Four Processes for High Impact Online Communications workshop on
July 16, 2013. We hope you found the half day seminar to be useful and learned some tips to make your communications efforts more effective.
Four Processes for High Impact Online Communications Materials
The following materials are from the Building a Listening Dashboard 1-Hour Seminar. We hope you found the lunch hour to be useful and learned some tips to make your communications efforts more effective.
Aspiration has crafted this slate of two half-day workshops to provide space, time, fuel, and support for hands-on
learning. We find that sometimes the biggest factor holding organizations back from implementing more
effective tech processes is not having the time to work through the issues.
Aspiration helps nonprofits and foundations use software tools more effectively and sustainably. We serve as ally, coach, strategist, mentor and facilitator to those trying to make more impactful use of information technology in their social change efforts.
Aspiration is a values-driven nonprofit organization.