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PREM Group

351 NW 12th Avenue
Portland , 97209 97209, US (map)

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  • Saturday
    Dec 7 2013
    {LOG} CAMP: 1st Annual Holiday Fundraiser

    PREM Group

    You are cordially invited to the 1st Annual {LOG} CAMP: Holiday Fundraiser, hosted by PREM Group. Enjoy the wildy entertaining comedy improv of Comedy Sportz, festive music, craft beer, local cider and good food as you support the low-income youth, and communities of color in the LOG CAMP: #bridges program at Harrison Park School.

    Entertainment Headliner: Comedy Sportz ($15 value) http://www.portlandcomedy.com/
    DJ: Mike Ramerez (StrateG)

    Food & Beverages Catering sponsored by: BRIX Tavern Desserts sponsored by: Sweetness and Joyness Beverages sponsored by: Widmer Brothers Brewing, Lompoc Brewing, and 2 Town Ciderhouse.

  • Tuesday
    Oct 22 2013
    Portland Founder Institute Information Session

    PREM Group

    The Founder Institute is the world's largest early-stage accelerator. Join us for a informational event where you can meet the local Directors, ask questions, and learn how you can launch a startup with the Founder Institute's help.

  • Tuesday
    Oct 15 2013
    Portland Startup Pitch Bootcamp

    PREM Group

    Pitching your startup ideas effectively is a crucial skill that will help you acquire financing, customers, partners, and top talent. In just three hours, the Startup Pitch Bootcamp will help you improve your pitching skills and recruit potential co-founders. This intensive, collaborative workshop begins with talks by leading startup Founders designed to help you understand the key ingredients of a successful pitch. Then, you can apply that learning and pitch to both experts and peers to receive constructive feedback in a relaxed setting. Join us for a fun evening!

    Register Here: http://fi.co/e/3289/CG

  • Wednesday
    Jul 10 2013
    Selecting and Implementing the Right Volunteer Management System


    This event will not be held on the first Wednesday of the month as per usual. Event moved to July 10 due to the holiday.

    Also note different venue.


    Networking and refreshments 6pm-6:30pm

    Presentation 6:30pm


    Intended for small and volunteer run nonprofits, this presentation dispels the mystery surrounding the selection and implementation of a database used to track volunteer related information such as contact info, skills, training history, schedules, time sheets, jobs, and job locations. This non-technical presentation is specifically geared towards nonprofits which are starting to outgrow their current approach to tracking, managing, and reporting on volunteer activity. The right volunteer data management solution can help free up time for managing volunteers (rather than administering the process), enable your organization to make better decisions through targeted reporting, and even increase volunteer hours by making it easier for individuals to engage with your nonprofit.

    Those organizations currently using paper, spreadsheets, or desktop databases will benefit just as much as those nonprofits already using a purpose built volunteer management system. Join us, share your own experiences, and learn from others as you are walked through the process of choosing and putting in a volunteer management system that best meets the unique needs of your organization.

    Key Takeaways Include:

    • A step by step process for selecting the right database to recruit, schedule, coordinate, and communicate with volunteers as well as produce reports for use within the organization
    • A roadmap for moving to the new volunteer management system
    • Common selection and implementation issues and how to avoid them

    About the presenter

    Jeff Turner, PMP is the Principal at NPO Back Office, a company specializing in supporting the technology needs of small and volunteer run nonprofits. A certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Mr. Turner is an accomplished Information Technology professional, nonprofit leader and volunteer who spent the first 18 years of his career improving organizational efficiency and integrating mission critical systems for some of the most widely recognized companies in the Pacific Northwest. He now takes great pleasure in helping nonprofits leverage technology to reduce labor requirements and improve organizational communication.

    What you'll get out of PDXTech4Good events

    • Nonprofit staffers will find a friendly, welcoming atmosphere for those not experienced with technology, and many chances to ask questions of tech-experienced nonprofits and experts.
    • Techies will find opportunities to hear the real-world stories of nonprofit clients, and put their own expertise to social good as well as the potential for lasting relationships (be they paid or volunteer) with leading organizations in our community.
    • Activists and community organizers will see and be given the chance to present on successful uses of technology for social change. We'll explore how technology can help support activism and where activism can push it forward.
  • Thursday
    Jun 7 2012
    DemocracyLab First Thursday Event

    PREM Group

    On June 7th, check out Portland’s First Thursday scene and stop by DemocracyLab’s summer soiree, hosted by our friends at PREM Group. Come meet our board and staff members and learn more about our new online community engagement tool. For a small donation at the door ($5 suggested), you can enjoy food, libations and music to your heart’s content.

    Click here to RSVP.

    Hope to see you there!