Update: We have been overwhelmed and thrilled by the response to this post! Applications are now closed. Stay tuned for opportunities to be involved in the #15NTC in other ways, or consider applying next year.
Hard to believe it was just one month ago that 2,000+ nonprofit techies descended upon Washington, DC for the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference. And it’s almost harder to believe that it’s already time to form our steering committee for 2015!
Want to help shape the agenda and programming by reading through session proposals, brainstorming keynote and breakout speakers, and otherwise helping to make sure that 2015 is our best year yet? Let us know.
We’re looking for 15-20 enthusiastic and diverse people who are dedicated to the idea that if nonprofits and NGOs want to meet their missions, they must be using technology effectively – and that conferences like the NTC can be both an energizing, empowering starting point for “accidental techies” and a useful gathering place for more advanced practitioners.
Committee members are asked to:
- Be available for several conference planning calls (approximately one per quarter), between now and March 2015
- Weigh in on discussion threads via a private group on MyNTEN throughout the year
- Set aside some time this summer to read through breakout session proposals, help spot gaps in the program, and perhaps help brainstorm diverse new voices to add to the mix
- Bring a positive energy to the planning process and attend 15NTC with bells on
Active committee members receive complimentary registration to the conference.
Previous NTC attendance is not required, but helpful. If you’re already a member of the 2014 Leading Change Summit Steering Committee, we ask that you just focus your energy there this year rather than trying to do both.
Still with us? We’ll hold our first Steering Committee call on April 29, so please fill out this form by Wednesday, April 23, 2014.