California Nonprofit Technology Festival Schedule

Schedule

The following is the schedule for the California Nonprofit Technology Festival happening on May 3rd - 4th in Coachella, California. We will work with registered participants in the weeks leading up to the event to map sessions from the Session List into the breakout session time slots listed below.

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

8:30 - Coffee and light breakfast

9:00 - Opening Circle

The event will start with introductions and welcomes, an overview of the agenda and guidelines, and announcements.

9:30 - Interactive Plenary

Participants will engage in interactive and collaborative discussion on the role of technology in nonprofit and social change efforts. Outcomes from this discussion will inform sessions and topics of discussion for the rest of the day.

10:30 - Break

10:45 – Breakout Sessions I

Participants will choose from 5-7 session topics drawn from the Session List , and will be welcome to suggest or request additional sessions.

12:15 - Lunch

Participants will be encouraged to sit with friends they have not yet met!

1:15 – Speedgeeking Session

2:00 - Break

2:15 – Breakout Sessions II

Participants will choose from 5-7 session topics drawn from the session list, and will be welcome to suggest or request additional sessions.

3:15 – Closing Circle

4:00 – Post-Event Hang Out

Saturday, May 4th, 2013

8:30 - Coffee and light breakfast

9:00 - Opening Circle

9:30 - Learner Maker Sessions

10:30 - Break

10:45 – Breakout Sessions I

Participants will choose from 5-7 session topics drawn from the session list, and will be welcome to suggest or request additional sessions.

12:00 - Lunch

Participants will be encouraged to sit with friends they have not yet met!

1:00 – Breakout Sessions II

2:15 - Break

2:30– Breakout Sessions III

Participants will choose from 5-7 session topics drawn from the session list, and will be welcome to suggest or request additional sessions.

3:15 – Closing Circle

"This event and these people give a hope that good things can happen."

Participant, Dev Summit
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