Who We Are
The TechnoBuddha conference is an annual conference hosted by the Center for Buddhist Education for people between the ages of 21-39.
The conference aims to provide an opportunity for young professionals to find a community of like-minded individuals and introduce Jodo Shinshu Buddhism to those who are interested in learning.
Theme of TechnoBuddha 2020:
Over the course of the weekend, we’ll be addressing the theme of this year, “Vision 2020,” as we seek to address how our ideals are informed by Buddhist teachings amid various social issues.
Hosted by keynote BCA President Richard Stambul, we'll engage in lively conversation as well as enjoying great food, and participating a range of workshops to choose from.
Over 7 workshops sessions are available on Saturday March 21st with esteemed professors, reverends, and workshop leaders, ranging from topics such as “Buddhism and Culture” and “Social Activism in a Buddhist Context” to chocolate making. Check back here for more details!
TechnoBuddha was the theme of the first year's conference in 2007 for people who are "grown but not necessarily grown-up," and are interested in Buddhism. The theme was TechnoBuddha because we wanted to focus in on how our generation's experience with technology may affect our experience with Jodo Shinshu Buddhism.
How to Sign Up
Spaces are limited, secure your spot before before March 10th for early registration discount.
Limited affordable lodging available at the JSC for conference attendees.
Early Registration $75
Save the date, and engage with the community, join us at www.facebook.com/technobuddha.conference