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Google For Nonprofits
Friday, March 22, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
HandsOn Tech Silicon Valley invites you to:
Google for Nonprofits 101
Day: Friday March 22nd
Google San Francisco
Address: 345 Spear St San Francisco, CA 94105
Room: Top of the Mark; 6th floor
- Join us for second large scale training on Google for Nonprofits! This training will give an overview of Google’s wonderful new program specifically for nonprofit organizations. This program is unique in that it provides useful technology for little to no cost to 501(c)3 organizations.
- A number of talented Google employees will speak on many of the wonderful applications that Google for Nonprofits offers. Our training will cover the popular social media platform, YouTube. Speakers will also discuss Google Analytics, a great way to track your website and online applications, as well as Google Adwords, a low cost way to advertise your nonprofit and spread the word. There will be a question and answer discussion following the presentations.
- Interested nonprofits can send multiple staff and/or volunteer members from their agency to this event. Due to limited seating, please register as soon as possible. Google will provide snacks and drinks to the attendees. We hope that you will join us for this exciting event!
There is a garage directly under the Google Office, it can be a bit pricey around $20/day:Hills Plaza Parking Garage345 Spear StContact the Garage Office for rates, 415-820-5908This one is down the street a bit:Priority Parking390 Main StreetThere are also meters on Folsom and on Harrison that cost about $4/hour.For public transportation, the office is very close to the BART Embarcadero stop, the MUNI Embarcadero stop, and the Transbay Terminal so there are a variety of easy ways to get here.
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HandsOn Tech Silicon Valley
About HandsOn Tech: HandsOn Tech is a national program dedicated to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of technology used within nonprofits. Our program matches technology experts with eligible nonprofits to build capacity and sustainability within the organization. Our program offers large scale trainings, cohort learning sessions, and one-and-one consultations on a wide range of technologies such as cloud computing, website development, etc. The HandsOn Tech program in Silicon Valley is geared towards interested nonprofits in the South Bay Area. Although this program has a finite end date (August 2013), the outcomes and connections these nonprofits make are meant to be sustainable for years to come.