I invite you to join me at the NCTech4Good Conference on June 4-5 in Chapel Hill.
This two day event is designed to help nonprofits use technology to advance the mission of their organizations. It encourages innovation in your organization, helps you solve technology challenges you face, and connects you to fellow do-gooders with whom you can share ideas, resources, and solutions.
The NCTech4Good Conference offers a fun, interactive environment with pre-selected presentations, as well as an unconference format that encourages participants to create sessions the day of the event to solve real-time needs.
In addition to our workshop facilitator and keynote speaker, Chris Tuttle of Idealware, we’re thrilled to have content-rich sessions on topics including, but limited to, communications, data visualization, Excel, social media, WordPress, and website development.
You’ll walk away with tools and information to solve technology problems you face in your daily work and you’ll have a network of do-gooders who are passionate about technology to help you.
- Date(s): June 4-5, 2015
- Location: The Friday Center in Chapel Hill, NC
- Cost: $100 for one day or $200 for both days if registered by May 29.
About the Pre-Conference Workshop: How data-driven is your organization? Do you suffer from data silos? Are you unsure what metrics you need to be effective? We recommend you attend the interactive, pre-conference workshop focused on Effectively Using Data Across the Organization presented by Chris Tuttle, Expert Trainer at Idealware. This workshop will be held June 4 from 10:00-5:00 and will be followed by a Happy Hour Networking event.
About the Keynote: Many nonprofits think innovation is a luxury they can’t afford, but Chris Tuttle, Expert Trainer at Idealware, will explain why organizations must embrace it in his keynote, Everyday Innovation: Using Technology to Build Effectiveness, on Friday June 5. The keynote will be followed by 20+ breakout sessions on varying nonprofit technology topics. We’ll close the day with a Happy Hour Reception.
We hope you’ll join us!
Paula Jones, NCTech4Good Planning Team