May 15, 2013

Submit Your Session Ideas for 14NTC, May 15 – June 15, 2013!

It’s time to move the cat off your keyboard and submit your session proposals for 14NTC!

As you know, the NTC isn’t just any old conference. It’s a gathering of friends – friends made while discussing fundraising software in the Science Fair, while debating the privacy concerns of Facebook, or while in line for a break time treat.

The next gathering of nptechie friends is on the horizon: it’s only 7,248 hours away. Accordingly,  the 14NTC call for session submissions are open May 15-June 15, 2013. We’re looking for submissions from current and future nonprofit technology thought leaders who want to share their expertise with their peers in ways that will elevate the use of technology in the nonprofit sector and help others accomplish their missions.

What should you submit? Well, think about the issues you’ve been struggling with, the successes you’ve had, or the emerging issues around the corner. We want to see your two best ideas. Working with our NTC steering committees and the NTEN community, we have provided a list of themes and ideas to help you build submissions. Take a look at these recommendations (please note this is a guide only, and you can submit whatever you think is appropriate to share at the NTC).

Submit a Session for 14NTC:

  1. We do have a few guidelines for session submission. Please take a moment to review them, then submit your session idea(s).
  2. After you have read the guidelines, start the process of submission via the Start My Submission(s) button at the bottom of the page.
  3. The open call for submissions opens May 15, 2013 and will close June 15, 2013.

>> Submit a session! 

If you have any questions that are not answered in the guidelines, please feel free to contact

We look forward to seeing you at 14NTC, at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington D.C., March 13-15, 2014!

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