Get Involved

DrupalCon is made possible through the support of the community. (Look at all the contributions that have been made so far!) Find an opportunity to get involved and make your mark.

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Picture credits: Jeff Geerling
Photo by Jeff Geerling

Educate & Share


NOTE: The deadline to submit a session proposal has passed. Share your perspective and knowledge at DrupalCon Minneapolis. Session proposals are being accepted until Wednesday, December 4. View all the submitted sessions.


NOTE: The deadline to submit a training proposal has passed. We’re looking for partners to propose quality, in-demand trainings for the Minneapolis 2020 lineup. Proposals are accepted from June 24-August 2. View all the submitted trainings.

Birds of a Feather

Gather together based on shared interests or identities through a Birds of a Feather (BoF) group. These are casual conversations rather than formal presentations. All are welcome to add a BoF topic. Submissions open at a later date and will also be available on-site.


As a DrupalCon sponsor, you could reach thousands of people from across the globe who use, develop, design and support the Drupal platform. Packages are designed to help your business with: brand awareness, talent recruitment, networking with potential partners and customers, lead generation, community support, thought leadership and more! Learn more.


Want to help make DrupalCon the best it can be? Channel your time, energy and enthusiasm to one or more of these volunteer roles.

Program Committee

NOTE: The deadline to express interest in the program committee has passed. Shape the DrupalCon’s exciting lineup of community-driven, educational sessions by serving on the Program Committee. We’re looking for chairs, session team members and speaker team members. Small and large commitments available. Learn more.

Summit Leads

NOTE: The deadline to express interest in a summit lead role has passed. Develop summit programming from start to finish.

Communications Team

Assist with our social media management and/or help diversify and extend our reach by sharing promotional messages with your networks. Learn more.

Contribution Mentors

Help DrupalCon attendees learn, share and support the Drupal project and community by serving as an on-site contribution mentor. Mentors provide contribution guidance and serve as friendly resources for new contributors. You don’t need to be a developer to serve as a mentor! A diverse group of mentors gives everyone an opportunity to learn and share their knowledge and experience within a comfortable level and interest area. For more details, read about Contribution events and how to help mentor.

Photography Team

Are you a photographer who is coming to DrupalCon Minneapolis, and would like to help capture select shots at the event? Join the photography team!

On-site Support

Give back to the DrupalCon by serving a few hours as a greeter, room monitor, check-in assistant, or power strip brigade member. Many opportunities available. Express interest when registering for the conference. More information will go out as it becomes available. 


Contribution is a crucial part of DrupalCon. The Drupal community is one of the largest open source communities in the world. We're more than 1,000,000 passionate developers, designers, trainers, strategists, coordinators, editors and sponsors working together. We build the Drupal project, provide support, create documentation, share networking opportunities and more. Our shared commitment to the open source spirit pushes the Drupal project forward. All are welcome and encouraged to contribute while on-site at DrupalCon