Welcome to new Net Tuesday groups and organizers!

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NetSquared's local groups, often known as Net Tuesdays, are popping up in cities around the world so quickly we can barely sit still from all the excitement.  The global NetSquared community is really filling in the globe!  I hope you'll join me in welcoming some of our newest organizers and groups: you can find out more about the newest additions below, and learn about how you can get involved here.

NetSquared's local groups, often known as Net Tuesdays, are popping up in cities around the world so quickly we can barely sit still from all the excitement.   The global NetSquared community is really filling in the globe!   I hope you'll join me in welcoming some of our newest organizers and groups: you can find out more about the newest additions below, and learn about how you can get involved here.

What's Net2 Local?

Net Tuesday or NetSquared Local groups are monthly events that take place in cities around the world. These events serve as a great opportunity to convene local communities to share ideas, learn from each other, and even collaborate on projects for real world impact. These gatherings provide a chance to connect for all those interested in the intersection of social technologies and social change in your local community. Members of local groups represent nonprofit organizations and foundations, government agencies and service providers, designers and developers, innovators and social entrepreneurs.

Who's New?

For a close-up with some of the new (and veteran) organizers, you can check out the organizer team page for short biographies and links, or read interviews in the Organizer Spotlight series.

 

Mike Baldwin is working hard in Lafayette, LA on the new group there - including a sponsor, venue, and event details. Check it out!

Andrew Larimer is the final piece of the New Orleans organizer trifecta.   For recent news about their success (CityBusiness named them part of the top 100 innovators!) check out this blog post.

There are many new groups just getting started and would love your support if you are in the same city, or want to help spread the word.   Some of the newest groups include:

Get Involved!

Here's how you can get involved with NetSquared on the ground today:

  1. Find your local group!
  2. Learn about local organizers powering these groups!
  3. Start a group in your community!

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