This conference is a unique opportunity to learn and network with over 2000 experts and leaders from the nonprofit technology community. The conference will include 120 educational sessions in five categories – marketing/communications, fundraising, leadership, program, and IT. Additionally, they will have 100 exhibitors, a keynote on digital inclusion from Idalin Bobé, as well as a variety of other session types, speaking opportunities and community events.
NTEN set aside a special category of conference scholarships for local nonprofit staff. These scholarships provide a full registration at no cost.
Scholarship applications will be accepted online through November 15th. If you or someone you know would like to apply but can’t do so online, please have them call Drew Pizzolato before Nov. 15 at 503.272.8746 and he will help them get an application submitted.