Nonprofit Technology Conference
NTEN’s conference — often referred to as the NTC — is the annual gathering of people who want to make the world a better place through the skillful and equitable use of technology.
To put technology to use for your mission, you need to invest in your personal capacity to do the work. At the NTC, you'll learn essential nonprofit technology best practices while connecting with a community that shares your commitment to social change.
The NTC has something for people in all roles in nonprofit technology, from those brand new to their job to expert practitioners. Attendees include nonprofit staff, volunteers, board members, funders, consultants, and tech vendors.
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At the NTC
You’re likely to make long-lasting friendships, meet new mentors, and network with valuable partners. There are many spaces to connect in whatever ways you’re comfortable engaging with others.
Sessions are just the beginning of the learning opportunities. The agenda includes formal educational content as well as informal opportunities to share ideas, resources, and experiences with other attendees.
To dismantle inequities in nonprofit technology, we must prioritize equity throughout our community. This shows up in everything from the conference’s racial affinity spaces to our focus on accessibility.
Our missions and movements are so important, but doing the work day in and day out can be challenging. That’s why we take time to reflect and get reenergized through the NTC’s amazing keynotes, spaces for reflection, and more.
Sponsor the NTC
The NTC is simply your best opportunity to connect with technology decision-makers and thought leaders from around the nonprofit sector. Create a custom sponsorship package with benefits that are meaningful to your company.Explore sponsorship
Save the date for future NTCs
April 16–18, 2025
Baltimore, Maryland, at the Baltimore Convention Center and virtual.
April 1–3, 2026
Detroit, Michigan, at Huntington Place and virtual.