This program’s focus is to increase the nonprofit sector’s use of technology by providing information, as well as free and low-cost tools, to increase community resources and improve outcomes for nonprofits across Washington state.
If you are interested in technology trainings and resources, register below or contact Jim at email@example.com.
Looking for slides or webinar recordings from previous sessions? Read more at the bottom of this page.
The 501 Talks Tech training series is a free service for nonprofits covering a variety of technology topics. The focus is to increase the nonprofit sector’s use of technology by providing information, as well as free and low-cost tools, to increase community resources and improve outcomes for nonprofits across Washington state. Each interactive workshop lasts for one to four hours, with the goal that participants walk away having learned something that can be directly applied to their nonprofit.
We’re excited to announce important changes that we believe will allow you to get more out of the program. Starting in late 2018, we’ll provide a mix of in-depth seminars and webinars that’ll cover topics every nonprofit and technology volunteer should know about.
- Seminars with 1 to 3 presenters will typically last 3 to 4 hours. This will allow you to go deeper into the subject matter and come away with greater perspective and broader knowledge.
- If you are unable to attend in-person, we’ll also periodically offer webinars, all of which will be recorded and made available to watch at your convenience.
We are still in the process of planning trainings for the current year, but you can check out slides and resources from previous workshops in our Technology Knowledge Center at any time. You can find our most recent webinars on YouTube: Changes happening to Google AdWords and Maximizing Google Ad Grants.
We'll update this page as seminars and webinars are scheduled.
Request a Workshop
If you are interested in leading a training session, please read more about the Technology Trainer position.
These small-scale, one-hour events are directed for community members and small-budget nonprofits. Trainings and workshops range from application overviews to more focused methods of tech use.
Tech usage will be communicated comfortably for various skill levels. Specific training topics will be based on common tech needs and related challenges of the nonprofit community.
For information on previous workshops and trainings, please visit the Technology Knowledge Center.