Wild Apricot Blog has a list of 30 Great Podcasts for Nonprofits. With experts ranging from The Chronicle of Philanthropy to my own podcast (Magic Keys Radio) with Claire Meyerhoff, there are a lot of good resources to be found here. Listen on the treadmill, during your commute, wherever you can squeeze in a little learning time.
For more great nonprofit resources, Online Schools has a comprehensive list of 50 Resources for Students Attending Online Non Profit Management Schools. Don’t let the title fool you. Anyone working for a nonprofit will benefit from checking out these sites.
The Nonprofit Carnival for December is up at Joanne’s Nonprofits Blog. Last month’s theme was “Trends, Resolutions, & Predictions” so be sure to check out where others in the nonprofit industry think we’re headed. Issue Lab’s Footnotes blog will host the January Carnival. To add your submissions and get all the details, head over to Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Call for Posts on Openness.
Pew Research Center has issued Generations Online in 2010. According to their study, the gap between internet use of ages 18-33 and those aged 34-45 is lessening.
There is lots of good stuff on storytelling out there right now. In addition to my webinar series on writing for nonprofits, TechSoup is hosting the TechSoup Digital Storytelling Event 2011. This will be part contest and part training. Submissions opened the 13th, so check it out. Prizes include Flip cameras, Adobe software, premiere online training and more.
Finally, I love this post from Jeff Brooks – 10 Fundraising Challenges for the New Year. He’s pushing nonprofits out of their comfort zone, with some great ideas that just may change your nonprofit. Listen to him!
That’s all until Monday. See you next week!