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Apply to netCorps to Gain Help in Building Your Technology Capacity

netCorps is accepting applications from Southeastern U.S. environmental organizations wishing to build their technology capacity.

According to netCorps' Executive Director, Matthew Latterell, this project, supported by the Mott Foundation’s Conservation of Freshwater Ecosystems in North America program area, will provide selected organizations with comprehensive technology plans, assistance and funds to implement key technology priorities. Priority items funded in the past include websites, database, computers, servers and more.

Twenty organizations from across the Southeast have participated in this project since 2005. netCorp will be selecting up to ten more participating groups this time around.

"netCorps helps groups find funding and in-kind support, implement technology solutions appropriate to their mission, programs and organizational resources, and help groups with budgeting, training, support, consultant selection and all the other aspects of sustaining their technology investment."

To obtain the application materials, send an email to [email protected] and you will receive an automated reply with links to the application materials. Applications must be emailed or postmarked by June 8th, 2007 to be considered.

Go here to learn more information.

May 16, 2007 in Technology | Permalink


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