A Code for America Brigade Sponsored by The Space On Main
Are you looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Code for UV is here to help! We are designers, developers, and product managers, both experts and learners, coming together to make our region better for everyone. We welcome all skill levels and disciplines – no coding experience is necessary.
Code for UV is a Code for America Brigade, or local chapter, focused on improving the lives of residents of the Upper Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire. Code for UV is made up of individuals who are interested in changing the Upper Valley for the better. We work with local government and nonprofits to fix local services, utilize open data to improve citizen knowledge, and work for the betterment of all. There are plenty of opportunities to use your skills. Even if you are not a tech type, we can still have opportunities for you to contribute. So come by and become part of a movement to improve our community!
Code for America is a network of people making government work for the people, by the people, in the digital age. With government services that are simple, effective, and easy to use, working at scale to help all Americans, starting with the people who need them most. Code for America builds open source technology and organizes a network of people dedicated to making government services simple, effective, and easy to use. Find out more at codeforamerica.org.
Code for America Brigades are volunteer groups that collaborate with local government and community partners to put technology to work for the benefit of their local communities. Brigades meet regularly to build, share and learn about tools to create, support, and serve the public good. We’re looking for designers, academic researchers, data journalists, activists, policy wonks, web developers and curious citizens who want to make the Upper Valley more just, equitable, transparent and delightful to live in through data, design and technology. Get in touch!