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Volunteers — Our Secret Sauce

Service has always been important to me. As a child I was a member of our local 4-H group that would regularly bring cookies to a local retirement community or sing carols during the holidays. In the summer I...

CTN is 10! How It All Began

It’s amazing how quickly a decade can go by, but here we are. Ten years ago on March 3, Community Technology Network became a nonprofit. But it wasn’t really the beginning for CTN. In 2001 it began as a...

CTN Turns 10 and Launches a New Brand!

Community Technology Network turns 10 on March 3, 2018, and has many accomplishments to show for the decade of service. Under the leadership of Executive Director Kami Griffiths, the organization that began with one volunteer (her) and one partner...

B,B and B session

Breakfast Brag & Borrow: January Recap

Breakfast Brag & Borrow is a monthly networking meeting held on the third Thursday of each month. We invite fellow nonprofits and community service providers to gather over coffee and donuts for a meeting of the minds to discuss...

Net Neutrality

Today the United States may undergo a major change in Internet regulation that could greatly affect the country — the end of net neutrality.

For those unaware of what net neutrality is, it is the set of rules that were …

Digital Literacy @NeighborNest – Year Three!

Thanks to the support of Twitter, residents of the Tenderloin, mid-Market and SOMA neighborhoods can continue to gain crucial digital literacy skills and receive personalized training at the NeighborNest, a family-friendly community learning center. CTN recently received a grant...

November Brag and Borrow Recap

CTN hosts a monthly gathering called Breakfast, Brag & Borrow (BB&B). Our executive director, Kami Griffiths, launched this regular meeting in 2014, hoping that people would show up (there were pastries) and … interesting things would ensue. Kami is...