NTEN is accepting proposals for their 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Francisco on April 3-5. They are looking for session proposals which fall under one of several tracks, including a communications track which will focus on strengthening relationships with community. The goal of these sessions should be to help participants explore various ways of integrating new communications technology through case studies of both successful and failed efforts. Another session track at the conference will be focused on fundraising, and participants in this track will explore ways in which the latest technology is changing fundraising methods. Information from these sessions should help participants to create and implement new ideas for enhanced fundraising. A third track is focused on leadership, and this will be especially useful for those participants who are decision makers at their organization.
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