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Talent is equally distributed. Opportunity is not.

Wednesday February 6, 2019 / By Emma Coleman

From The Next Generation

The Los Angeles Tech Talent Pipeline is an initiative that places about 200 young people from underrepresented backgrounds in tech internships every summer... Read More

Connecting with Coding it Forward is the first time many students have heard the words “civic tech.”

Wednesday February 6, 2019 / By Emma Coleman

From The Next Generation

Coding it Forward runs the Civic Digital Fellowship, a program that places college and graduate students from across the country in federal government... Read More

Teaching human-centered design to policy nerds

Wednesday February 6, 2019 / By Emily Tavoulareas

From The Next Generation

Emily Tavoulareas is a civic technologist working with leaders across industries as they navigate the complex endeavor of modernization, digital transformation,... Read More

Technology fosters human connections within the refugee crisis

Wednesday January 9, 2019 / By Julia Duncan

From What can we do in a crisis? Part two

Julia Duncan is an information technology consultant who works with the One Journey Coalition, a group that aims to connect people in America with refugees... Read More

It’s important to recognize the limits of technology

Wednesday January 9, 2019 / By Kavi Harshawat

From What can we do in a crisis? Part two

Kavi Harshawat is a user experience researcher and designer, and was formerly a Code for America fellow. This summer, he spent time in McAllen, Texas,... Read More

National crises are deeply local concerns, demanding local solutions

Wednesday January 9, 2019 / By Jeremiah Lindemann

From What can we do in a crisis? Part two

Jeremiah Lindemann is a Public Interest Technology Fellow at New America, where he runs the Opioid Mapping Initiative, a coalition of local government... Read More

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