Each week I try to put together a digest of interesting articles from the internet as well as announcements from HandsOn Network.
Here’s what I’ve found recently that might interest you –
Those of you working in corporate development and cause marketing might enjoy Fast Company Magazine’s list of 51 Great Sites to monitor trends in Corporate Social Responsibility. After reading this, there is so much I want to add to my Google Reader account!
Heather Mansfield brings us 10 Fun and Totally Random Internet Resources for Nonprofits – I love #10, the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. I entered HandsOn Network.org and CityCares.org and had a good laugh!
Many thanks to Wild Apricot Blog for these 28 Free Webinars for Nonprofits.
A recent post from Brian Solis post explores Social Capital: The Currency of the Social Economy.
Did you know that AmeriCorps Connect launched a new resource site?
If you’re working with children, you might enjoy How Twitter in the Classroom is boosting Student Engagement from Mashable.
Our conference and events team can’t get enough of this, possibly the coolest conference and meeting planning blog we have ever seen, Midcourse Corrections.
Finally, here are a few links from our own network –
Don’t miss the 2010 National Conference on Service and Volunteering — scholarships are available but you have to apply by April 3rd.
The Serve It Forward Scholarship program will award twenty full-tuition and fee scholarships to outstanding volunteers to start and complete an undergraduate or master’s degree program of their choice. Recipients may choose to attend a local University of Phoenix campus or attend online. For more information and to apply, click on Serve It Forward Scholarships.