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WordCamp Portland • September 23rd
Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

We’re happy to announce that WordCamp Portland 2017 is officially on the calendar!

WC PDX, Portland’s casual, locally-organized conference covering everything related to WordPress, will be all day Saturday, September 23rd, at Lewis & Clark College’s Templeton Campus Center. See our Venue Info for more information.

Tickets for WordCamp Portland 2017 are now on sale!

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Stay in touch via our Contact form to stay up to date on the most recent news. We’ll be keeping you posted on all the details over the coming months, including sponsorship, speaker submissions, volunteering, our location, ticket sales and more!

Our Venue — Lewis & Clark College

WordCamp Portland will be held at Lewis & Clark College, in the Templeton Student Center, near the middle of the campus. You can get a PDF copy ofthe campus map here.

Parking is free on the weekends, and you can also take a shuttle to/from downtown (details coming soon).

We will be on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Templeton Student Center, in the Council Chamber, Stamm West, and Stamm East rooms. Restrooms are located at the entrances of Council Chamber and Stamm West. For further info & venue specific maps, see Our Venue Page.

How To Become A Speaker At WordCamp Portland 2017


We’re now officially accepting speaker applications for WordCamp Portland! We’re looking for speakers who want to share their knowledge with over 250 attendees.

What you need to know before applying:

  • You must abide by the Code of Conduct.
  • You must agree to and fill out the A/V release form.
  • Prior speaking experience is not required. We welcome new speakers!
  • Standard sessions will last approximately 45 minutes (around 30 minutes for the presentation and 15 minutes for questions).
  • Lightning talk sessions will consist of a few speakers, each with approximately 5 minutes of presentation, with questions at the end.

Speak at WordCamp Portland