Jump into BADCamp: Sponsorships, Hotels, and Trainings, Oh My!

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We hope to see you in Berkeley October 14th - 17th, 2020, for this year’s BADCamp! If you’re ready to get a jumpstart on community participation, we’ve got some ideas to get the BADCamp vibes going:

Sponsor the Camp

We truly couldn’t do any of this without you. BADCamp runs on sponsorships.  

With packages starting at $500, your organization can help us plan a weekend full of learning, community, and connections. And if you’re looking for top talent, now is a great time to sponsor! You’ll have access to post to our job board, and get your position in front of hundreds of eager and community-minded Drupallers. Visit our sponsorships page for more details.

Book Your Hotel

Berkeley hotels often fill up early for BADCamp week due to other events in the area. Book early to confirm your hotel! We have rooms reserved at The Hotel Shattuck. The Hotel Shattuck is in the heart of Berkeley only a few blocks from the UC Berkeley campus. 

Book online following this link.

Please feel free to reach out to organizers via the contact form should you have any problems utilizing the link or if any modifications to reservations are needed. 

Answer Our Call for Trainers

One of the things we love best about BADCamp is the community learning together. Every year, we bring in Drupal experts to offer skills trainings to our fabulous attendees, with a wide variety of subjects from beginner to advanced.

Do you have expertise you’d love to share? We’d love to talk! Please contact us with details about a training you’d like to provide.

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