Join NTEN’s annual tradition of giving back by participating in the Nonprofit Technology Conference Day of Service. Day of Service participants take part in volunteer activities to support local area nonprofits. It’s a terrific way to experience the San Jose area, help out local organizations, and get to know other NTC attendees.
The Day of Service is an ideal opportunity for those who are new to the NTC or who appreciate meeting people in smaller groups. Think of it as a chance to make a conference buddy!
Service projects are all either within walking distance of, or a ~30 minute commute away from, the Convention Center. Participants will gather and travel together. NTEN staff will provide snacks, public transportation tickets, and maps; you bring the energy and enthusiasm.
The deadline to sign-up for the 16NTC Day of Service has passed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The Tech Museum of Innovation
Tuesday, March 22: 9:30am-1pm (Meet at 9am)
Accessible by ~10-minute walk
Help inspire the innovator in everyone. Rotate through four galleries to engage young visitors on cyber security, body metrics, social robots, and health tech. No experience required. Training will be provided.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties
Tuesday, March 22: 1:30pm-3:30pm (Meet at 12:30pm)
Accessible by ~40-minute commute (short walk + public transportation ride)
Help low-income community members in SHFB’s service area–from Daly City to Gilroy, and from the ocean to the bay–by sorting donated food. No experience required.