Aspiration Weekly Call-In Office Hours for #NPTech Questions

Every Thursday, Aspiration hosts open office hours open to nonprofit staff with technology questions from 12pm-1pm.

When? Every Thursday from Noon-1pm PST

Call In #
Phone number: 1-(605)-715-4920
Access code: 223-0433

No time to call?

Chat with us on SKYPE
SKYPE name: aspirationtech

or;

email us at info@aspirationtech.org for any questions or comments you may have!

Looking forward to talking with you.

best,
Misty

Kicking Off 2013 in the Bay

We could not be more jazzed about the way we've been spending our days lately. Here at Aspiration we've been very pleased to embark on a whirlwind tour of our Bay Area.

Thanks to the generous support of the Mitchell Kapor Foundation we have had the opportunity over the past few weeks to engage with some great organizations in a listening tour.

February 2013 Seminars on Tracking

Aspiration's Online and SF Tech Center Seminars

We're holding space for nonprofits to come together for 1-hour, no-cost, lunchtime tech seminars and monthly webinars open to nonprofit staff to discuss online communications strategy and tracking your online efforts.

Online Seminar:

Nonprofit Technology and California Love

We had a blast this week on a California road trip to work with community organizations and support their capacity in online communications and technology strategy.

Here are some of the awesome people we saw and the innovative ways they are using tech to support community change.

January 2013 Seminars

Aspiration's Online and Tech Center Seminars

We're holding space for nonprofits to come together for 1-hour, no-cost, lunchtime tech seminars and monthly webinars open to nonprofit staff to discuss online communications strategy.

Online Seminar:

Mad Love for the #AspCohort 2012

Today, we are in awe of the amazing members of the eAdvocacy mentoring cohort! We have our final 2012 live in-person training and wanted to shout out some of the amazing contributions and growth of the crew!

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