December 11, 2014

Volunteer at the 15NTC!

Ever wondered what it takes to put on the largest conference of changemakers that put tech to work for their causes? Volunteering is a great way to go behind the scenes and contribute to the experience that is the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC). Sign up today to be a volunteer at the 15NTC in Austin, Texas! 

Volunteer Dates: March 2-6 (Note, volunteers will serve up to eight hours, the entire five days is not mandatory)
Location: Austin, Texas
Venue: Austin Convention Center

Not only will you be an important part of the conference, but there are some great benefits to volunteering at the NTC:

  • Network and build connections with other volunteers, NTEN staff, and 15NTC speakers
  • Special recognition and thanks from the stage at the 15NTC, and on the 15NTC website
  • 15NTC registrants will receive a refund that reduces their registration cost to $199

Volunteer Requirements:

  • Volunteers serve up to eight hours and will need to check in and out of their shifts
  • Assist NTEN staff with various aspects of the 15NTC, including: managing information and registration lines, providing assistance to the speaker(s) as needed, helping exhibitors and sponsors in the Science Fair, and stuffing tote bags with exhibitor/sponsor materials
  • Recognize that volunteer shifts conflict with one or more breakout sessions

>Space is limited, register today! Volunteer opportunities are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. The final volunteer application deadline is January 9, 2015.

After you sign up to volunteer, NTEN Content Manager, Steph Routh, will follow up with more details. If you have any questions, please email

Steph Routh
Steph is Content Manager at NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network. She has spent over a decade in the nonprofit sector, with a focus on organizational development, communications, fundraising, and program planning. Steph served as the first Executive Director of Oregon Walks for five years prior to joining NTEN. She is passionate about removing barriers to opportunities and finding equity at the many intersections of social justice work. And she feels lucky every day she is at NTEN, with a Community that does exactly that. Outside the NTEN office, Steph is the Mayor of Hopscotch Town, a consulting and small publishing firm that inspires and celebrates fun, lovable places for everyone. Steph is married to her bicycle and an aunt of two.
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