We all know social media is the preferred means of connecting among millennials. We also understand it provides our nonprofit with an invaluable communication tool that lets you connect with potential donors, volunteers, and constituents around the world. Below are 4 statistics on how millennials use the online social networking service straight from Twitter themselves.
Nonprofit organizations need online exposure for a multitude of reasons… one of which is to secure funding. Whether you need to make a few simple tweaks to your current page or perform a complete overhaul, these Facebook marketing techniques will help get your page seen. Social media marketing has a lower cost and enables organizations to connect with potential volunteers, sponsors, donors, etc. on a much wider scale.
The students in our ITWorks Philadelphia class are at the halfway point of the Fall 2016 session! With internship interviews currently happening and certification exams around the corner, the second half is sure to be exciting. Amir Dawan had a circle of friends who were all interested in information technology. When one of them found success through ITWorks, he knew that he needed to be part of the program! We sat down to check-in about his experience – read on to learn more!
ITWorks Las Vegas is halfway through its second 16-week session, and the students are well on their way to some IT certifications and internships! Victor Gutierrez came to the program with a self-taught break/fix knowledge and an avid enjoyment of working through complex problems. With about eight more weeks before graduation, Victor is now ecstatic to get started in the field. We checked-in with him to ask a few questions about how the class is going so far and what he’s looking forward to with certification exams and internship interviews right around the corner – read on to learn more!
With different versions of Microsoft Office available, it can be hard to keep track of all the useful features that it has to offer. We’re here to help! Below are six tips to help you get the most out of Office 365 so that your nonprofit can boost productivity and collaboration.
Online tools like Microsoft Office 365 for nonprofits, allows you to store, share & collaborate on projects with your co-workers from anywhere. Many projects though, involve people outside of your organization, whether they are partners, consultants or vendors.
At Salesforce's annual tech conference "Dreamforce" they and Google announced two integrations that Salesforce built on top of G Suite: Salesforce Lightning for Gmail and Sales Cloud integration with Google Sheets.
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is a cost-effective alternative to the traditional IT deployment where you have to buy or build your own IT infrastructures, install the software yourself, configure the applications and employ an IT department to maintain it. Nonprofits still have a lot of questions on whether these cloud computing solutions are a viable option for them.