Events

New to CiviCRM? Experienced super-user? New developer looking to get your feet wet and understand what’s under the hood? Organization decision-maker eager to find out if CiviCRM will meet your needs? Come to CiviCon and learn from end-users, implementers, and developers in the CiviCRM community through a variety of sessions tailored to your needs.

Full conference schedule: now available

Conference Keynote Speaker

Kick-off CiviCon and learn about Web Experience Management during the keynote presentation from Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Drupal Association.

We all think of data as that stuff with decimal points that bar graphs are made of. But the truth is that data is the key to giving your constituents the information they want, they way they want it, when they want it. Web Experience Management is a new name for a trend that’s been a long time in the making, and we’ll talk about how your database and web tools can help you create an experience for your audience that will lead to more impact for your cause.

Holly Ross has spent her career working with nonprofits and technology and comes to the Drupal Association after a 10-year tenure at the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). She is thrilled to work with a community that shares her passion for using technology to make great things happen in the world.

Free Pre-conference Discovery Sessions (before CiviCon: April 23)

CiviCon’s free pre-conference Discovery sessions are recommended for end-users and executive staff evaluating CiviCRM. Attendees will better understand how CiviCRM can meet the needs of nonprofits and civic-sector organizations through overview presentations on CiviCRM, use cases and user testimonials, and how to get started. Learn more and register for CiviCon’s free Discovery sessions.

User and Administrator Training (before CiviCon: April 22 - 23)

CiviCon’s comprehensive two-day, hands-on training course will cover the configuration, administration, and everyday use of CiviCRM. Training is geared towards administrators and end-users who are using or still evaluating CiviCRM. This course is also recommended for implementers and developers who want to fully understand CiviCRM’s out-of-the-box features and configuration options. Learn more and register for the user and administrator trainings.

Lake Tahoe Sprint (after CiviCon: April 27 - May 4) - SOLD OUT

Help make the next version of CiviCRM even better and sprint with us in Lake Tahoe. Participating in CiviCon’s post-conference software and documentation sprint is an excellent way to meet new people, learn more about the project, and improve CiviCRM’s usability and reliability. Everyone is welcome! Coding or documentation skills are not required. We can improve CiviCRM and increase your skills and knowledge at the same time, all while enjoying the beautiful Sierra Nevada. Learn more and register for the post-conference sprint.