The Committee for Ethnic Affairs advises the Montgomery County, MD County Executive and County Council on public policy that relates to ethnic affairs; promotes maximum involvement of all ethnic groups in the County in government, business and community affairs.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Nonprofit Organizations Using Technology to Advance Their Missions

Celebrating Eight Years of Innovation in the DC area!Seeking Nonprofit Organizations Using Technology to Advance Their Missions 501cTECH and Accenture Metro DC are pleased to announce the 2012 Technology Innovation Awards. The cash award has been increased to $7500 and the application simplified. This award recognizes two nonprofits in the greater DC area whose innovative use of technology has improved key aspects of their operations, helps people build skills to succeed in the new economy and more effectively fulfill their missions. Please help us spread the word about this award. Please share this exciting award on your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or blog pages. The organization needs only to fill out a simple application and our panel of 25 judges from around the Washington DC Technology community will evaluate their projects. If your organization has a blog or newsletter and would be willing to allow 501cTECH to write a guest post, I would be happy to provide a post or text for a newsletter. Award winners receive a $7,500 CASH prize, a Dell laptop or Apple iPad and a Microsoft software package. Applications accepted from April 16th through June 25th. We will be holding free webinars on how to apply. For more information, please visit Contact: Sarah Morgan(202) 234-9672 ext.

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