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Allyson Kapin 4 min read

Time to Submit a Workshop to the Nonprofit Technology Conference

Good news! It's that time of year again when the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) puts out their call for workshop proposals. The Conference will be in Washington D.C. next March 23-25, 2017, and we think you should submit!

Deadline: Proposals will be accepted May 25, 2016 – July 1, 2016.

You don't have to be the number one expert in your field to submit a workshop proposal, but if you've got good ideas, nonprofit experience, and thoughtful insight, you should submit. 

And when you're ready, you can submit your session proposal here (you’ll need to log in with your nten.org account). For full details, please be sure to review the Guidelines and FAQs

laptop.jpgWhat Should You Submit?

If you have no idea what kind of workshop to submit, we've got some suggestions for you to get your wheels turning. This list is based on feedback from the community, participation at training events from the past year, and direct feedback from the 17NTC Steering Committee.

  • Accessibility: Website, Social Media, Devices
  • Process & Team Structures: Product Mangers, Agile, Digital First
  • Imagery: Permissions, Appropriate Representation, Asset Management
  • Leadership: Inclusion, Diversity, Accountability
  • Measurement: Data, Metrics & Goals
  • Content: Strategy, Creation, Management, Repurposing
  • Fundraising: Digital Campaigns, Muti-Channel Strategies
  • Funding for Technology and Digital Communications

Remember: these are only suggestions, and the sky's the limit. Your workshop ideas do not have to fit within these parameters or topics. There will be 100+ sessions in the final program, so don't be shy.

Who Should Submit a Proposal?
Submissions are open to the public, regardless of Membership status or previous roles within the NTEN Community. We'd highly encourage people and organizations who have not presented at NTC before, and who are from underrepresented communities and perspectives to craft and submit a proposal.



What session topics are you most excited to see at NTC in 2017? 


Allyson Kapin

Allyson has been named one of "Top Tech Titans" by the Washingtonian, one of the Most Influential Women In Tech by Fast Company, and one of the top 30 women entrepreneurs to follow on Twitter by Forbes for her leadership role in technology and social media. As Founding Partner of Rad Campaign, she leads the firm's client and online strategic services. For over a decade Allyson has helped non-profit organizations and political campaigns create dynamic and award-winning websites and online marketing and recruitment campaigns. She works side-by-side with her clients to meet their web needs and maximize their online effectiveness to create real world impact.