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Special events

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.

NTC events

Exhibit hall

Get information about the latest nonprofit technology products and services. The exhibit hall is open every day of the in-Denver part of the conference. Interested in exhibiting? Explore the options.

Birds of a feather

Connect with people based on your shared interests or identities. Birds take place both in Denver and virtually. At a later date, we’ll email attendees information about how to submit a group theme you’d like to host (submissions with marketing or self-promotion are not permitted).

Dine-around dinners

Enjoy good food and conversation with small groups of other attendees at one of Denver’s popular restaurants. Dinners are no-host, which means you’re responsible for the cost of your meal and drinks. Space is limited, and RSVPs will be required. At a later date, we’ll email attendees more information.

Art and music

Pause, reflect, and be inspired by the creativity of up-and-coming artists and musicians who we'll showcase in Denver and virtually.

Check out the program

Attendee-led events

Our attendees self-organize for even more networking, learning, and fun during the NTC. At a later date, we’ll share information about where you can either submit your event or find out what events are happening.

These attendee-led events are not managed or endorsed by NTEN, and NTEN assumes no liability if you organize or attend these events. Event organizers are encouraged but not required to follow the NTC safety and accessibility guidelines. NTEN cannot answer questions about attendee-led events.

Guidelines for planning an attendee-led event:

  • Do not schedule the event at a time that conflicts with NTC sessions or keynotes.
  • If you’re planning an event on the day before NTC (Tuesday, April 11) or on the last day of NTC (Friday, April 14), keep in mind hotel check-in and check-out times.
  • Choose a publicly accessible place. Do not hold gatherings in hotel rooms.
  • Share event accessibility details. For in-Denver events, this might include information about masking and vaccination requirements, whether the event is indoors or outside, physical access to the venue, public transit and accessible parking, and how guests can request other accommodations. For virtual events, this might include information about live captioning.
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