Over three days, you’ll enjoy thought-provoking and inspiring keynotes, 175 sessions, fun special events, and ways to collaborate with other attendees. At the NTC, you'll learn essential nonprofit technology best practices while connecting with a community that shares your commitment to social change.Register today
Fight for the Future
Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble
Professor of Gender Studies and African American Studies
University of California, Los Angeles
At a glance
Fill your in-Denver or virtual NTC schedule with as many sessions as you can. Topics include digital inclusion, fundraising, IT, leadership, marketing and communications, and programs.Explore the agenda
Sessions and keynotes are just the beginning. Make long-lasting friendships, meet new mentors, and network with valuable partners at these other events during the NTC.Learn about the events
When you attend NTC sessions, you can earn CFRE and CRE credits or NTEN professional certificate credits.
Learn about credits
CFRE credits. NTEN is a Certified Fund Raising Executive® Approved Provider. Most 60-minute sessions qualify for CFRE credits. Available credits will be listed in each session’s description page. The CFRE tracking document will be available here closer to the conference.
CAE credits. NTEN is a Certified Association Executive Approved Provider. To earn CAE credits and receive your certificate, submit a request. After we verify your participation, you’ll receive a certificate by email.
NTEN certificate credits. Earn up to two credits toward an NTEN professional certificate by attending NTC sessions. After the NTC, you’ll get an email with the link to submit your session attendance to earn the credit.
- Attend three 23NTC sessions, earn one professional certificate credit.
- Attend six 23NTC sessions, earn two professional certificate credits.
About the program
How do we create an incredible NTC year after year? The secret is you, our community!
NTC planning is community driven from the start. Our staff works with our volunteer committees to shape educational content, develop programming, and make things welcoming and inclusive.
New session proposals are closed. If you have a tech solution to share, explore sponsor and exhibitor options. We don't respond to unsolicited new session offers.
Speaker openings. Session leads may be looking for additional speakers to help make sessions a success.
23NTC program process
The process of proposing and selecting 23NTC sessions has closed.
August 25–September 30, 2022
We begin with a call for session proposals. Anyone from the nonprofit technology community can submit a proposal during this time.
October 11–25, 2022
Proposed sessions are favorited by the community and reviewed by the Session Advisory Committee.
October 26–November 6, 2022
Using the community input as our guide, NTEN drafts the agenda. When sessions are similar and have high community support, we may pick the most supported one or combine sessions.
November 7–11, 2022
The Session Advisory Committee provides a final evaluation and identifies critical missing topics. NTEN staff will look for session proposals to fill the gaps or may reach out to potential speakers.
November 17, 2022
NTEN notifies session proposers and publishes the agenda as sessions are confirmed. If your session is not accepted, there may be other ways to participate. Subscribe to NTEN’s emails for announcements.