Thank you for being an NTEN member. Your membership helps sustain NTEN’s programming and community and ultimately helps advance the technology capacity of the sector.
Use these tools to help you make the most of your member benefits. We love hearing from our members—contact us anytime via email@example.com or (503) 272-8800 with questions or comments.
In addition to freebies and discounts, members invest in and sustain NTEN programming and community.
- 50% off in-depth courses, Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate, and workshops
- Access to early members-only registration and a deeply discounted rate for the Nonprofit Technology Conference
- 50% off NTEN job board posts
- Subscription to NTEN’s nonprofit tech discussion forum
- Ability to submit a pitch and write for NTEN’s blog, Connect
- Full access to original research and industry reports
Why is NTEN changing its membership program?
Members are the heart of NTEN. But we’ve come to a realization. By focusing on organizations to lead their staff’s professional development, organizations have grown to be the center of our membership program. We announced July 23 that we’re changing the membership program to focus on and invest in the individuals who do the work of connecting, learning, and making change. Please read our blog post about the announcement and watch a recording of our August 14 community call.
I’m an individual member. What does this change mean for me?
Not much! Your individual membership is staying at the same price with the same benefits. The only change is that the renewal and checkout process on the website will be updated to include recognition of what NTEN does to support members and the sector.
What does this change mean for existing organizational members?
Your organization can continue to cover the cost of your membership. Just because membership is now for individuals does not mean that individuals must pay out of pocket. Individuals receiving member benefits from an organizational membership will renew as individual members whenever their membership expires, even if that is after the new membership launches. All memberships, individual or organizational, will be honored through their current expiration dates.
Can I join as an organizational member?
No, we’ve discontinued organizational memberships as we transition into our new membership program in October when all memberships will change to individual membership. But if your organization wants to demonstrate its support of NTEN and its community, please join as a Community Partner.
How much will this cost me?
The price of an individual membership is staying the same at $99. You will be able to adjust the price at checkout to be higher or lower with a minimum of $25 and no maximum. Invoices will also have the option to be paid in installments.
Why should I pay more than $99 for my membership?
To diversify our membership and better align with our mission to help all nonprofits use technology more effectively, we’re moving to a sliding scale model. We’re asking those who benefit from class privilege, are well-resourced or work in well-resourced organizations, in government-funded organizations, or who can pay more than $99 to support a diverse membership community by contributing more.
Are my membership benefits changing?
Your benefits are not changing. Members receive $300 off NTC registration, 50% off courses and the professional certificate, 50% off job board postings, free access to all NTEN content and research, and access to the Membership Directory and Community Events Calendar.
When am I supposed to renew my membership?
Your membership, whether it’s individual or organizational, will be honored through its current expiration date.
Starting this fall, when new members join or existing members renew, the only membership option will be as an individual. One thing that is not changing is that all memberships are on an anniversary schedule, meaning whenever you joined is when you’ll renew next year. The majority of NTEN members renew in the fall because that is when they originally joined, but there are folks joining and renewing all through the year. If you have questions about your membership or renewal, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Join
Can I join to become a member over the phone?
Yes, you can become a member over the phone. We do not accept credit cards over the phone. As a reminder, your membership benefits will not be active until your membership is paid, so if you call to join we can send you an invoice for payment online or by check.
What are the NTEN member benefits?
Members receive $300 off NTC registration, 50% off courses and the professional certificate, 50% off job board postings, free access to all NTEN content and research, access to the Membership Directory and Community Events Calendar.
Can I gift a membership?
Yes, you can, and thank you for contributing in this important way! You can contribute to the membership of someone you don’t know by increasing the amount you pay for your own membership. Or, you can pay directly for someone else’s membership by completing this Gift Membership form and we will invoice you for the payment.
Existing Organizational Memberships
I want to join and become a member. How do I get my organization to pay for it?
NTEN is a community of nonprofit professionals and our courses, professional certificate, research, and annual conference all support the ongoing and multifaceted avenues of professional development that should be recognized as an investment in your increased skills and ability to be successful at your job. Membership provides for significant discounts to access and participate in all of those options as well as the affinity with the leading nonprofit technology community. If you would like support making the case for membership to your boss or organization, you can email email@example.com and we can help!
Can we get one invoice for all of the memberships in our organization?
If you are the primary contact for your organization’s profile with NTEN, you are able to log in and see all open invoices attached to your organization – this means any membership, course registration, or conference registration invoice. You are also able to pay those invoices directly online. If you are not the primary contact for your organization, you can ask them to log in or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help.
Is my membership transferable to one of my coworkers?
If you have an organizational membership, then you can have as many staff as you like connected to the organization’s profile and receiving membership benefits. In this way, there’s no need to transfer a membership as everyone has their own profile and can be connected to the benefits.
If you have an individual membership and wish to transfer it to someone else in your organization, you can do so by first having your colleague create a profile at nten.org and then contacting us at email@example.com with your colleague’s name and email address.
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