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Seeking Executive Director for NPower-Charlotte Region

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A special job opportunity. I'm posting for Susan Jernigan (). Please direct all inquires to her.

Solid knowledge of technology but not too techie

Great relationship builder – funders, CIOs, nfp clients and prospective clients

Resource developer – sponsorships, volunteers, in-kind contributions and grants

Entrepreneurial; able to run and grow a $2MM business; team leader

Passion for what nonprofits do and desire to make a difference.

For more information: Contact Susan Jernigan () and see

Join us remotely for Google presentation, NCTech4Good, Aug 17 -- ask questions in advance

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The Program: Enoch Moeller, Operations Manager for the Google data center in Lenoir, NC, will lead a discussion of the broad selection of Google applications and services that are available for qualifying nonprofit organizations. Join us Wednesday, August 17, 2011, 6:30 PM (EST), UNC-TV, 10 T.W. Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC. See for more information and to RSVP. NOTE: A good portion of the non-profit programs that he will discuss will not apply for non-US based organizations.

Unable to travel? Join us remotely!

Registration Now Open for 2011 NCTech4Good Conference April 15-16, Chapel Hill and Durham, NC

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The second annual , Technology Solutions for Nonprofits, is a two-day meeting that offers information, networking and social activities to staff, consultants and volunteers of North Carolina nonprofit and social service organizations, plus small businesses.

The meeting consists of a general opening session; three concurrent presentations at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels on "tools, emerging technologies and solutions"; exhibits of related products and services; a luncheon; and an early evening reception.

Getting excited about the NCTech4Good conference

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The North Carolina statewide conference, a NetSquared Campfire, is coming together very well!

Friday, June 25, 2010 8 am - 5 pm
at The William and Ida Friday Center in Chapel Hill
Followed by a reception/networking opportunity from 5 pm to 7 pm

Conference registration is now open. Links:
Registration and sponsorship:


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