2007 Nonprofit Technology Conference
Wednesday April 04
Friday April 06 2007
- By: Nonprofit Technology Network
Washington, DCMap: maps.google.com
- Website: nten.org
- Source: CALegalAdvocates > CALegalAdvocates.org
More than 1,000 people will come together at this year's Nonprofit Technology Conference to connect with colleagues, learn about the issues, share their knowledge with others, and, of course, have fun. We'll talk about what works, what doesn't work, and what is in the works when it comes to using technology in the nonprofit sector to further your cause.
We have more than 70 breakout sessions planned on the most important technology issues today. These sessions will give you the knowledge and skills you need to go back to work and put what you learned to use, whether you're a seasoned coder or a nonprofit worker turned accidental techie. We'll address the common issues faced by nonprofit leaders, program staff, development professionals, IT staff, Circuit Riders, and other technology support providers, and break down these topics in targeted sessions designed for people with similar technology goals and expertise.
This year's conference is centered on Reinventing Politics: Creating Social Change From the Ground Up, and will take place April 4 - 6 in Washington, DC. Browse the agenda to see the topics we'll cover and click through the box below to see what other fun activities we have planned.
Register now to get the best rates. And don't forget to tell your friends - you could earn up to five free conference registrations for your organization. Download this form (PDF) to learn more about this special offer.