Nonprofit tech conference set for April

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Stakeholders in nonprofits across the state are invited to attend the second-annual NCTech4Good Technology Conference in Chapel Hill on April 15 and 16.

The conference is designed for staff and volunteers at nonprofits and social-services organizations, as well as for small-business owners

Sessions will follow tracks for beginner, intermediate and advanced attendees, focusing on how practitioners can use emerging tools and technologies to solve their problems and further their missions.

The conference also will feature exhibits of technology products, as well as a luncheon and evening reception.

Speakers and session leaders include John Baker, president of eTechSuccess; Jim Ray, president of Neuse River Networks; and Jeff Stern, director of membership advancement with the N.C. Museum of Life and Science.

Prior to April 1, the fee for the conference is $75.

Information, registration and sponsorship opportunities are available online.

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