Published on June 8th, 2012 | by Rachael Wilkinson0
Pittsburgh’s GoogleServe 2012
Technology solutions can be a challenge to any nonprofit. You’re trying to do too many things with too little staff, and the last thing on your mind is how you’re going to find room in the budget for an IT guy or gal. Thankfully, if you’re based in Pittsburgh, there may be a solution.
GoogleServe 2012 is a full day of local Google employees helping nonprofits maximize their utilization of the products and services Google can provide.The event, now in its 4th year, will feature sessions for both the clueless and those who already have Google products in place at their nonprofits. GoogleServe is hosted by HandsOn Tech, Pittsburgh Cares, and, obviously, Google.
HandsOn Tech is a local nonprofit, seeking to help other Pittsburgh-area nonprofits with technology training and support. I had the opportunity to attend one of their workshops last month, about using Google+ for Nonprofits and really enjoyed the experience. If you have time to volunteer your tech skills, I highly recommend checking out their site.
Pittsburgh GoogleServe 2012 will be held Friday, June 15 at Google Pittsburgh in Bakery Square. For more information and to register, check out their website.