Friday, April 20, 2012

Group and One-On-One Sessions Survey Results











The One-On-One Sessions at the Teach-In Event, April 19

At the tech teach-in event at Google San Francisco on April 19, non-profit organizations had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a Google or Salesforce volunteer for 2 hours. Here are the volunteers and the organizations:

  
Kathy taught Canal Alliance. Rosa taught The Women's Building.


  
Feifan taught 826 National.  Ziv taught SCRAP. Celen taught Penincula Symphony.


  
Andrea taught Save The Bay.  Wahsitee taught System And Values.   Andrew taught PACT San Jose.


  
Tina taught SF Safe.  Samanthia taught Home And Hope.  Flora taught DataCenter.


  
Stacey taught 826 National.  Angelina taught The Women's Building.  Sarah taught The Epilepsy Foundation of Northern California.


  
Allie taught Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco.  Brianna taught Western Addition Beacon Center.  Vasant taught Access Now.


  
Chris taught The Center for Nonprofit & Public Leadership UC Berkeley.   Samanthia taught Dorsey K.  A drop-in Salesforce volunteer taught Kerri of CTN.  


 
Kavita taught WAGES Women's Action to Gain Economic Security.  Ann taught Experience Corps Bay Area and Wardrobe for Opportunity.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Hands-on service: Installations of BTOP computer labs

Up to 52 senior centers will receive BTOP computers. More will be added to this map as they receive the computers.


View BTOP center deployments in a larger map

Besides installing computer labs, we are also helping on staff and volunteer training, development of instructional materials, etc.

For more more information about the Dept of Aging's and CTN's BTOP program, please visit http://www.sfbtop.org

Friday, March 2, 2012

It's been a while again...

I know I haven't posted since our training in January so I figure it might be a decent idea to post something before Kami gets back next week from maternity leave..

Well what have I been up to our readers have been constantly asking me since my last post.. A few things trying to stay busy:

  • educating myself on working with skilled volunteers
  • figuring out how to pair skilled volunteers with nonprofits to their technological needs
  • attending as many nonprofit tech and social enterprise meet up's as possible to network, find volunteers and gain insight on how to manage such a large deliverable
  • shooting myself in the foot 
  • questioning on how to make this program sustainable
  • making various on site visits to non profits in need of tech help
I've also taken a great interest into East Palo Alto and the state of their of not being connected in spite of being in the middle of the world's tech epicenter.  I would like provide as much aid as I can too them but how much can one person with such little support behind them..

Monday, January 30, 2012

One-On-One Sessions Survey Results

Only those who attended the one-on-one sessions answered these 5 questions:












Everyone answered these two questions:



Monday, January 23, 2012

The One-On-One Sessions at the Teach-In Event

At the tech teach-in event at Google Mountain View on January 18, non-profit organizations had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a Google volunteer for 2 hours. Here are the volunteers and the organizations:

Elizabeth taught Emergency USA and Centro Community Partners about Social Media. Anna taught Two Countries One Heart about Google Docs. Jaclyn taught Renaissance about Google Analytics.

Patricia taught DotGreen Foundation about Google Analytics. Devika taught Mission Economic Development Agency about Google Docs. Nicole taught Mission Community Market and Curry Senior Center about Social Media.

Ana taught CAMEO about Google AdWords. Janelle taught Inveneo about Google AdWords. Juliet taught Full Circle Fund about AdWords.

Jocelyn taught Jai Bhim International about Google Sites. Martin taught Digital Game Museum about Google Analytics. Rohit taught The Greenlining Institute about Social Media.

Anna taught Livermore Valley Education Foundation about Social Media. Dan taught UN Women USNC San Francisco Bay Area about Social Media. Dave taught United Way of the Bay Area about Google Analytics.

Allie taught Sacramento Housing Alliance about Social Media. Caroline taught Mitchell Kapor Foundation and NetRoots Nation about Google Analytics. Rachel taught Woman Vision about Google Analytics

Sam taught Oakland Local and YWCA Silicon Valley about Advanced Internet Search. Joanna taught Village Enterprise about Google Analytics. Nikki taught Earn It! Keep It! Save It! about Google AdWords.

Bonnie and Kaylyn taught OHP Foundation about Google AdWords. Chetan taught Oakland Digital about Google AdWords.