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Become a PyCon US 2023 Volunteer!

A community conference like PyCon US is in large part run by volunteers. There are many ways to get involved if you are interested in serving the community and meeting others as part of the team who makes the conference possible! The two major opportunities to volunteer before the conference are happening right now — we need volunteers to help our CFP Committees review proposal submissions and help select the topics that will be presented at this year’s conference as well as volunteers to join our Online Experience Committee to assist in enhancing the PyCon US virtual experience and boost engagement for our online attendees. CFP Reviewers We are looking for reviewers from all backgrounds to help select a diverse range of topics presented at PyCon US 2023. Proposal reviews will take place via Pretalx and the review process will be facilitated by the PyCon US CFP Committees. There will be two rounds of reviews with Round 1 beginning mid December. If you would like to volunteer, we ask th

PyCon US 2023 Launches!

Our conference in Salt Lake City was a success, and we’re looking forward to returning in 2023. Planning is already underway, and today we’re excited to announce the launch of our conference website , along with Call for Proposals , and our sponsorship program ! Just like the 2022 edition, our team will be hosting the event in person with an online component. The conference will take place in Salt Palace Convention Center , from April 19th to April 27th, 2023 . The program will be filled with tutorials, talks, sprints, summits, and keynotes, with the theme of “By the community, For the community”. PyCon US 2023 Website is live! 2023 is a special anniversary edition for PyCon US, we will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of PyCon US. The first PyCon originated in 2003 in the United States, and now PyCons are being held worldwide in over 44 countries. For our design inspiration, we looked back to the past 20 years of PyCons and incorporated elements from the different years, forming a