You can now submit a session proposal for the 2020 Nonprofit Technology Conference which takes place March 24 – 26, 2020 in Baltimore, MD hon!
Whether you’re a longtime presenter or are new to the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) community and have never presented at NTC before, I want to encourage you to submit a session proposal.
19NTC was a big hit thanks in no small part to the new tactical sessions they introduced. Not only are they back for 20NTC but they’ve been rebranded (sprint sessions) and expanded to a dedicated track for each day of the conference.
20NTC sessions are designed by and for nonprofit professionals, including nonprofit staff, technology service providers, and consultants. Sessions are grouped into six main categories: fundraising, IT, leadership, program, marketing & communications, and sprint sessions.
My continued goal is to see an increase in the number of nonprofit performing arts orgs in attendance. During #19NTC, there was never more than half a dozen in sessions that had 100+ in attendance and given how useful the sprint sessions in particular are, it’s definately a positive ROI for your professional dev budget.
If that weren’t enough, there’s one of the most extensive exhibition halls available sticked with the largest number of CRM providers I’ve seen in one location.
The proposal deadline is Aug 11, 2019 and while that might seem like plenty of time, don’t miscount the largesse of summer to make those days evaporate sooner than later.
I’m pleased to serve on the Leadership category advisory committee again this year and I can say that it’s a great group of professionals to work with that have no shortage of enthusiasm and expertise.
One of the best aspects of NTC events is how much support they provide and how crazy organized everything is. To that end:
- Check out the proposal Guidelines and FAQs.
- View all proposals currently in the submission hopper.
- View a list of suggested topics.