@sftech4good: Dec. 18th — Positive Impact Party IV

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It's the holiday season, which means it's Positive Impact Party (PIP) time! Follow the link or scroll down for the date, details, and to RSVP!
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SFTech4Good Event
Wednesday, December 18th
Positive Impact Party IV!
6 pm - 9 pm PT

Please come and join us for a fun end of the year party.

This year we have Netsuite Social Impact, Firm for the Culture, and Startups Give Back working with us, and General Assembly has been gracious enough to host us!

Let's show up to socialize, and, most important, to give back.

This year, we're working with two great local nonprofits that are also Full Circle Fund grantees: Openhouse (2018 grantee) and Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center (2019 grantee)

Register or Volunteer

Volunteering is EASY. The ask is less than usual this time around: Help with keeping refreshments and food stocked and making sure things brought for Openhouse and Renaissance stay orderly and sorted. Of course, you'll be at the friendliest holiday gathering in the city too!

Most important:
Please help spread the word by giving us a retweet from this link: https://twitter.com/SFTech4Good/status/1204940491059384320! You can also share on Facebook here and LinkedIn here.

Partner Info:

General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specializing in today's most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing, and career transitions, we foster a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love.

Oracle NetSuite Social Impact’s mission is to support the success of nonprofits globally through the power of cloud technology. We offer product donations and discounts, pro bono services and capacity building to support organizations of all sizes in growing their mission.

If you'd like to learn more about NetSuite's nonprofit accounting and CRM software to help you do good better, please contact Chase Turbiville at mcturbiville@netsuite.com. NetSuite's Social Impact Program is proud to support all nonprofits based on their ability to pay with a software donation available for every organization.

Firm For The Culture
Boutique law firm helping social entrepreneurs trademark their brands as they scale their impact.

Startups Give Back
Startups Give Back is the volunteering event where startups get out of their offices and work together to help nonprofits in their communities.

Other Events
Tonight, December 13th
Big Tech Comedy Roast by Ethics in Technology

Come to the Big Tech Comedy Roast as they celebrate another year of no ethics to be found in #BigTech.

February 20th:
OnTrack Career Expo
(date subject to change)

Join United Way Bay Area at their 4th annual OnTrack Career Expo. This event is designed to expose Black and Latinx youth to a range of industries and motivate them to stay in school.  
They are actively recruiting companies to host interactive exhibits at the expo. Each exhibit will provide a hands-on activity that teaches students about the company’s industry. Last year companies curated exhibits on hair care productsscreen printing, and the day in lifeof a barista. They are confident tech companies can curate an interactive exhibit too!  
Submit a brief application here. Following your submission, they will set up a 15-minute call to confirm your company’s participation. Space is limited, so apply early!  
This year OnTrack will be held in Oakland. Coupled with the city’s rich history are some of the most gifted and talented youth. They are targeting youth between the ages of 14-21 to experience hands on exhibits, build meaningful connections, and learn from leaders who reflect their unique diversity. 
Check out photos from last year’s event at LinkedIn here


Thanks to our sponsor, TechSoup.

As always, thanks to our partners and you, the SFTech4Good community. None of this would happen without you!
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