Designers and developers for nonprofit web sites should consider this scholarship opportunity to learn ExpressionEngine (EE), a highly regarded content management system. The application is a 300-word essay on how learning EE would change your life. I bet nonprofit web experts could make a great case for how learning EE would change others' lives for the good. The deadline is August 13.
ExpressionEngine is deservedly and increasingly receiving attention for its power and flexibility. I believe we will continue to hear more about it in the next few years. Here is one nonprofit that is using EE: http://greatnonprofits.org/.
For more examples of nonprofits that use ExpressionEngine, you might look into some developers and designers who work a lot with the platform and who also work with nonprofits. Here are a few of them:
nonprofits, nota bene: Don't miss the Great Nonprofits site, mentioned above. Great Nonprofits is a review and rating site for nonprofits that is funded by the Kellogg Foundation, among others. It was founded by the brilliant Perla Ni, former publisher of the Stanford Social Innovation Review. If the idea of constituents rating your nonprofit sounds scary -- it doesn't have to be. And, trust me, it's something all nonprofits are going to have to learn how to manage, as online rating systems are sure to become more popular.