Join Us – Digital Inclusion and Engagement Happy Hour in Minneapolis Thu Apr 11 – Welcome Non-Profit Tech Leaders

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Minnesota’s non-profit tech community (they hang out here) is mixing it up with #nptech leaders from around the United States and beyond in our home base of Minneapolis/St. Paul.

We’ve organized a happy hour for folks from the Twin Cities interested in digital engagement and inclusion to mix it up with national folks involved with similar issues. (See the Eventbrite site for RSVPs thus far.)

Join Us! RSVP Here

Join national and local supporters of inclusive digital engagement along side the national Nonprofit Technology  Conference in Minneapolis at this unofficial rogue networking event.

This is a great opportunity for local community members and conference attendees interested in digital inclusion, online community engagement, online neighbor connecting and immigrant intergation with local social media to mix it up.

  • Who: NTC Attendees, local digital inclusion/engagement buffs, local E-Democracy/BeNeighbors.org participants (and folks working to build the world’s most inclusive local online community engagement effort starting in St. Paul)
  • What: Happy Hour, Great Conversation
  • When: 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Officially, we can linger.), Thursday, Apr. 11Their official happy hour prices go until 7:00 p.m.. Beer/wine starts at $3, Special appetizer prices (they are famous for gourmet meat balls).
  • Where: Devil’s Advocate Bar (half block from Mpls Downtown Hilton)
  • RSVP: Via Eventbrite. Please RSVP so we know who to expect (room capacity is 60).
  • SPONSORS:  YOU! Free to attend. Cash bar/food.However, if your organization wants to chip in toward free food to share, contact E-Democracy with the amount and we will be sure to give you a nice public thank you at the event!

DEVELOP YOUR THIRST FOR DIGITAL INCLUSION

Prior to the Digital Engagement Meatballs Happy Hour, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Hilton (the NTC Conference Hotel), there is a gathering of community technology advocates hosted by the Technology Literacy Collaborative (Twin Cities) and the Community Technology Network (San Francisco) called Building Bridges that Span the Digital Divide.

It is open to local non-conference attendees as well. So, go there first and then join the party after just one minute down the street.

MORE LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES

Our friends with MAP TechWorks are also organizing a happy hour on Friday, April 12. Check it out.

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