Using Tech to Clean Beaches
According to Axios, environmental nonprofits go high tech to keep beaches clean.
Plastic-munching robots, floating drones and other "smart" contraptions are starting to ply beaches and waterways, systematically removing dangerous debris left by summertime revelers.Read more...
Code2College Tackles Digital Divide
Austin’s Code2College is trying to remedy the digital divide in Austin, reports Austin Business Journal.
Even in a city overflowing with tech profits and tech talent, pockets of Austin lack access to the technology and connectivity many take for granted.Read more...
Nonprofits Need to Spend More on Tech
According to Buffalo News, nonprofits need to spend more on technology and overhead to become successful.
Nonprofits that spend more on information technology, facilities, equipment, staff training, program development and fundraising tend to be more successful than those that scrimp on these"overhead expenses.Read more...
Facebook Whistleblower Forms Nonprofit
Whistleblower forms nonprofit to create awareness of harm done by social media, reports India Times.
Whistleblower Frances Haugen -- a former Facebook engineer who leaked documents suggesting the firm put profits before safety -- on Thursday launched an organization devoted to fighting harm caused by social media.Read more...
ZeroNow Adds Cloud Provider
Cloud provider Intrado has joined ZeroNow a school safety company in their ZeroNow alliance to keep schools safe, reports PR Web.
The school safety stakeholder nonprofit ZeroNow announced today that Intrado, the developer of cloud-based technology designed to keep students and communities safe, has joined the ZeroNow alliance.Read more...
Jackson Could Get Water with Jaden Smith Tech
The city of Jackson could be getting clean water from a nonprofit affiliated with Jaden Smith, reports WLBT.
A technology developed by a nonprofit affiliated with Jaden Smith could help the city of Jackson provide clean water to residents while cutting out the use of plastic bottles.Read more...
Nonprofit Brings Tech into Crisis Areas
According to eJewish Philanthropy, nonprofit SmartAid brings technology into crisis areas.
The room in the refugee center in Moldova looks more like an advanced customer call center than a classroom: 20 laptops with noise-canceling headsets, an interactive projector at the front of the room, high-speed internet access powered by SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service.Read more...
Nonprofit Tech Trends
There are several tech trends that nonprofits should be aware of, reports KnowTechie.
Over the last few years, some monumental changes to how traditional companies conduct their business have redefined what the future of their respective industries may be.Read more...
Nonprofit Offers Tech Training Classes
Nonprofit Reskill America is offering open enrollment for its software development training program, reports Benzinga.
National nonprofit Reskill Americans is excited to announce open enrollment for its tuition-free software development training program, which starts on Oct. 3, 2022.Read more...
Connecting Colleges with Tech Companies
New York City nonprofit connects historically Black colleges with tech companies, reports Higher Ed Dive.
The Partnership for Education Advancement, a New York City-based nonprofit, is working to connect historically Black colleges and universities with technology companies so they can access specially tailored services like artificial intelligence to boost recruitment and retention.Read more...
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