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Who is NPower?
Founded 1999, NPower brings the technology community together
to do social good and offers its services thr...
Technology Service Corps
Participant Recruitment
• Veteran, age 21 – 40
• High school degree or GED
• From San Francisco Bay Area
• Approximately 3...
Holistic Approach

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Best Investment Considerations
“The NPower TSC program
provides a pool of great
talent to the technology
industry. Accentu...
The Community Corps

NPower

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What we offer

We mobilize skilled tech
volunteers to help schools
and nonprofits achieve their
missions.
Our volunteers a...
How it works

• We support you throughout:
•
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•

NPower

Customizing based on causes and preferences
Tracking and reporti...
Nonprofit Experience
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Easy project registration
o Guided project scope
creation
o Personal assistance if
needed via Conc...
Volunteer Experience
 Quick and easy registration
 User friendly online dashboard
to manage personal activity
 Access t...
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What is the best way for a Corporate Partner to share its skills, expertise and
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There is no ...
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nPower - IEEE GOLD Volunteer Information Evening Nov 2013

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On Nov 4, 2013 the IEEE SCV Graduates of the Last Decade held their Volunteer Information Evening at LinkedIn which brings in a number of organizations from the local San Francisco Bay Area to talk about their organizations. Each organization is given 5 minutes to present, and after the event they set up a booth in which the attendees can gather more information on, and volunteer with their organizations. These are the slides for nPower.

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  • Blake
    Key points
    - NPower founded in 1999 with mission to bring technology community together for social good
    - TSC and TCC are core programs addressing this mission
  • Duane
    Key points
    Age 21 – 40 is different from proposal, which states 18-30
    VA expanded education/training benefit to older veterans
    Note 30% women-also different from proposal
    Key points
    We have met goal for program recruitment with 33 recruits
    We are working with several VSOs and other community organizations
    Each candidate completed extensive program application
    Accepted program participants meet with TSC staff
  • Patrick
    Key points
    -15 week training period
    -Toward A+ Certification
    -First Dallas class is just in the morning but will expand to morning and afternoon in second class
    Possible questions
  • Alignment – Connection between program goals for workforce development
    TSC Dallas is in line with the community goal of moving more individuals out of poverty, permanently by providing unemployed veterans a clear path to lasting careers in technology
    Impact – Effectiveness of programming as reflected by evaluation efforts and outcomes
    Track record of success with TSC programs in New York
    Track record of success form 2013 inaugural graduating class in Dallas
    Fully developed system for performance evaluation and reporting with program and administrative oversight
    Resources – Access to the resources (staff, experience, financial, etc.) to successfully implement the program
    Have aligned with partners that are knowledgeable, capable and highly motivated
    All staff needed have been hired and expanding where needed
    Funding from corporation is in place with additional foundation interest
  • nPower - IEEE GOLD Volunteer Information Evening Nov 2013

    1. 1. Bringing the tech community together for social good NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 1
    2. 2. Who is NPower? Founded 1999, NPower brings the technology community together to do social good and offers its services through two core programs designed for optimal impact on communities in need: NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 2
    3. 3. Technology Service Corps
    4. 4. Participant Recruitment • Veteran, age 21 – 40 • High school degree or GED • From San Francisco Bay Area • Approximately 30% female participation • Partner with VSOs such as Swords to Ploughshares • Partner with VSOs such as Swords to Ploughshares • Staff performs outreach to community organizations to identify • Staff performs outreach to community organizations to identify additional candidates additional candidates NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 4
    5. 5. Holistic Approach NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 5
    6. 6. Best Investment Considerations “The NPower TSC program provides a pool of great talent to the technology industry. Accenture is proud to have many TSC alumni employed full-time in our New York office; especially with our local technology support team. These men and women have consistently demonstrated ‘can do’ attitudes and continue to grow both professionally and personally.” — Cathinka Wahlstrom, NPower Board Member and Managing Director, Accenture NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 6
    7. 7. The Community Corps NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 7
    8. 8. What we offer We mobilize skilled tech volunteers to help schools and nonprofits achieve their missions. Our volunteers assist with: • • Internal tech needs and Delivery of mission www.thecommunitycorps.org NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 8
    9. 9. How it works • We support you throughout: • • • NPower Customizing based on causes and preferences Tracking and reporting activities Concierge services | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 9
    10. 10. Nonprofit Experience  Easy project registration o Guided project scope creation o Personal assistance if needed via Concierge o “Prescreened” volunteers with desired skills  Easy access to Tech Volunteers sourced primarily from leading corporations  Automated suggestions sent directly to potential “qualified” volunteers  User friendly online dashboard to manage volunteers NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 10
    11. 11. Volunteer Experience  Quick and easy registration  User friendly online dashboard to manage personal activity  Access to opportunities tailored to your profile and managed by the Corporate Ambassador  Ability to search for projects by cause, skill and location  Send automated email suggestions to volunteers  Custom newsletter provided to Corporate Ambassador NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 11
    12. 12. Corporate Experience What is the best way for a Corporate Partner to share its skills, expertise and passion? There is no right answer. TCC collaborates with Corporate Partners to identify and accommodate volunteer preferences. Characteristics of Volunteer Options Choose what works best for you Reach Team Make-Up Location Effort Focus Area Local Onsite with NPO Day of Service Skill or Set of Skills Regional Team Onsite with “Team” Short-Term Project Cause National Coordinated Teams Virtual Campaign Duration Skill + Cause Global NPower Individual Part of “Pledge” or Campaign Multi-Year (e.g. Mentoring) Skill + Cause + Pledge | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 12
    13. 13. Our Supporters National Corporate Underwriters Corporate Partners Corporate Sponsors NPower | Proprietary and Confidential | Not for Distribution 13

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