Ontario Charities: Sign up for a Free Tech Checkup

Do you wish you had access to a team of tech consultants for a tech checkup? Now you do! The Community Corps is partnering with a technology consulting firm to offer free technology checkups to nonprofits this January. Over the course of 4 weeks, meet with a team of consultants to discuss your current technology pain points and wish list, and receive specific recommendations for improvement. Sign up today to reserve a checkup as capacity is limited!

Tech Consultants can provide:

  • General Tech Check Up
  • Website Checkup
  • Social Media Checkup

What you will receive:

  • Kick off meeting to discuss pain points and technology wish list with a team of consultants
  • Regular meetings with a team of consultants
  • Recommendations to improve your technology
  • Suggestions for future volunteer technology projects

How it works: Sign up by January 16th

  • Register to participate by clicking here
  • We will contact you to confirm your participation and project start date

Click here to earn about Claire Barcik’s experience participating in this program. Claire is the Executive Director of Neighbourhood Centre in East Toronto.

Take advantage of this free service to get your technology questions answered by real experts! If you have any questions, just reach out.

About nPower and The Community Corps:

NPower (http://www.npower.org/) mobilizes the tech community and provides individuals, nonprofits and schools opportunities to build tech skills and achieve their potential. We pursue this mission through two signature programs, Technology Service Corps and The Community Corps. Technology Service Corps builds brighter futures for underserved young adults and veterans through free technology and professional skills training. The Community Corps is a skills-based volunteering program connecting technology professionals with high impact nonprofits and innovative education partners. NPower also has a Toronto offer. Visit the Toronto office page at: http://www.npower.org/Our-Locations/Toronto.aspx.

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One Response to “Ontario Charities: Sign up for a Free Tech Checkup”

  1. carol dueñas

    I’m someone who really want to help in different social programs to my community… But I think I don’t have brought resources to do it… We are a group of young people that usually make some activities( like sell some foods to gain money) in order to gain some money to buy clothes,food,toys you poor kids in my community Wichita is recognized as the poorest city in my country. I’m from Peru and I’m looking forward many ways to help people in my community… If there are some suggestions that this organization could bring me up… Me and my people would be Thankful. Gracias

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