Celebrate the end of NYC Open Data Week with BetaNYC and NYC’s Open Data team at our annual civic tech, data and design conference!
REGISTER FOR a $45 EARLY BIRD TICKET or support the conference with a SOLIDARITY TICKET for $110.
Join us for our annual community-driven civic tech conference. Participants come to learn, network and collaborate around public interest technology, data and design in New York City. With programming support from the Open Data Team at the NYC Office of Technology and Innovation, our conference convenes city officials, technologists, designers, data analysts, and community members around open data, civic technology, and service design in New York City.
This year we are back at CUNY School of Law on March 18th, 2023 to commemorate the 13th anniversary of international Open Data Day, the 11th anniversary of the City’s transformative Open Data Law, and conclude NYC Open Data Week.
There will be trainings, workshops, demos, talks, presentations, and office hours with NYC agencies on topics like data literacy, privacy, smart cities, open government, service design, and civic engagement. Our goal is to equip YOU with tools and information that support your efforts to build a better civic society for all New Yorkers.
Tickets and Opportunities:
General Registration or Solidarity Tickets
Do you work for Government?
If you work for government and want to purchase $55 tickets via a check or a purchase order (PO), government ticket opportunities close on Wednesday, 15 March by 5:00 PM. Please email < firstname.lastname@example.org >.
Are you a student or looking for a scholarship or volunteer opportunity?
There are a select number of student / scholarship / hardship tickets available. Tickets are $35 and we will prioritize traditionally underserved and underrepresented communities. You must apply by Wednesday, 15 March at 5:00 PM and register on Eventbrite by Thursday, 16 March at 8 AM. < https://betanyc.forms.fm/NYCsoData23-scholarship >.
For volunteer opportunities, learn more and apply directly at < https://betanyc.forms.fm/nyc-school-of-data-2023-volunteer-application-2/forms/9546 >. If you have any questions, email us at < email@example.com >.
Press and Media, want to cover the event?
Media credentials are available to reporters, editors working as reporters, producers, video camera operators and still photographers who present valid press identification. If you want to attend to cover a session or the event, email us your valid press identification to < firstname.lastname@example.org >. We will follow up.
Sponsors, want to support the conference?
We’re looking for mission-aligned sponsors to support conference costs like meals, coffee, and childcare. Learn more about our opportunities to support by filling out this form.
Come learn and contribute to the next decade of technology, data, and policy — by us, for us!
General Event Information:
Looking for the program? Stay tuned for announcements about this year’s program by bookmarking schoolofdata.nyc and signing up for the NYC Open Data Week mailing list.
What is included in my ticket? All tickets include access to a full day of conference sessions, lunch, snacks, and coffee.
Event Accessibility: This year’s venue is easily accessed by public transit, bike, bus, and car. The conference will be delivered in English and will use technical terms. The venue itself is ADA compatible. All-gender restrooms are accessible on the third floor. There is a lactation room accessible on the second floor. Service animals are always accepted. If you need sign language interpretation or have any other questions/concerns, please email us at < email@example.com >.
Childcare: This year, we are looking into providing child care. If you want to bring your child(ren) and they can be vaccinated, they must be vaccinated and be registered. Please email us at < firstname.lastname@example.org > for more information.
Code of Conduct: BetaNYC is committed to hosting safe and open spaces for all. By participating in this space you are committing yourself to BetaNYC’s Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy.
Health Policy: If you’re not feeling well, PLEASE stay home. We strive to create a safe environment for everyone. To attend this in-person event, you must provide a COVID-19 vaccination card (core shots and at least one booster) upon check in and wear a mask at all times (except when eating and drinking). Alternatively, you will provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test which has been performed by a professional medical establishment (test to be taken within 3 days of the event.)
We will have ample KF-94 masks in various sizes for you to wear. Masks keep our staff, volunteers, and attendees safe. Masking helps prevents the spread — this is science, based on data!
Refund Policy: Contact us to request a refund. We will try to honor all of your refund requests < email@example.com >. Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable.
Thank you 2023 sponsors!
The following mission-aligned organizations are helping us cover conference costs and enabling us to come together in 2023. Thank you!
Reinvent Albany advocates for transparent and accountable New York State government and increased transparency in New York City. We work to strengthen the Freedom of Information Law and put government information online, especially spending, contracting and budget information and we are vocal advocates for open data laws and practices. We also advocate for more accountable and better governed state authorities, including the MTA. We also work for transparent business subsidies and economic development spending rooted in facts and careful analysis. We seek to create a state government that is responsible, responsive and above board and thus we fight for public integrity measures and against laws and practices that increase the risk of corruption and favor the few and well connected over the public interest.