In the blink of an eye, today’s innovative technologies are replaced with a new generation of must-have tools, apps and software. How can a nonprofit possibly stay up-to-date with technology advances AND put them to work in advancing its mission?
Join us at the 16th Annual Urban Initiatives Conference, Nonprofits and Technology: From Strategy to Implementation for an exciting, one-day excursion with Amy Sample Ward, CEO of the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), members of the NTEN staff, and other technology experts. During the morning, nonprofit technology leaders will discuss different strategies for putting technology to work for your organization. Over a dozen afternoon sessions and concurrent “Tech Fair” will provide attendees with tools and methods to implement strategies learned in the morning.
Registration will open in March.
Attended by hundreds each year, the Annual Urban Initiatives Conference creates dynamic dialogue about issues facing the greater Milwaukee community.
Recent conferences include:
- 2013--Restorative Practices: Repairing Harm and Building Communities
- 2012--Youth/Adult Partnerships: Engaging Youth in Community Transformation
- 2011--Beyond Accountability: Measuring Nonprofit Performance to Improve Practice
- 2010--Public Health in Milwaukee: Past + Present = Future
- 2009--Making the Most of After School Programs for Youth
- 2007--The Arts, Culture and the Community: Building a Greater Milwaukee Together
- 2006--College Access and Success--Our Community's Future