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You don’t want to miss the NCT4G Conference, June 5-6, Chapel Hill. You’ll find networking, training, and opportunities to learn from nonprofit professionals and experts.
This year, we’re pleased to have Beth Kanter leading a workshop on Becoming A Networked Nonprofit: Digital Strategies for Community-Based Nonprofits and as our keynote presenter.
Registration rates go up on this Friday, so register now to save!
Why should you register?
  • Connect with your nptech peers. North Carolina has an engaged nonprofit technology community and it starts with you! Make new connections, connect with old friends, and meet other leaders in our nonprofit technology community.
  • Stay up to date. Technology is constantly changing so let NCT4G help you keep current on the topics you need to know about in your daily work. Check out the list of confirmed sessions and presenters.
  • Get the training you need. There’s something for everyone! Take advantage of the pre-conference workshop, keynote, concurrent sessions, and Design-Your-Own sessions to get the most out of the NCT4G Conference.  Plus, earn six Duke Nonprofit Management credits when you attend the pre-conference workshop, led by Beth Kanter.
  • Share your experience. Make a solid investment in yourself, your organization, and your mission! Everyone benefits from your experience when you put into practice what you learned. Be sure to check www.nctech4good.org for handouts and notes.
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE NCT4G CONFERENCE?
The NCTech4Good Conference will be held June 5-6, 2014 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. We are thrilled to have Beth Kanter, international leader, trainer, and author as our presenter for the Pre-Conference Workshop and the Keynote session.
This conference is designed to serve nonprofit professionals, volunteers and consultants, as well as small business owners. There will be scheduled presentations by leaders in the nonprofit technology sector in addition to participant-organized sessions. Participants learn from leaders in the field and from each other, while also strengthening the NCTech4Good network.