Come help us shape the future of Code for Philly. We have multiple open positions available. Read below to learn more about each.
Code for Philly events lead Charlie Costanzo and co-director Toni McIntyre had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Code for America Summit, which took place May 30 to June 1. In this post they break down what workshops, events, and talks they liked the most.
A look back at why and how Code for Philly produced our series of project profiles, what we learned from the process, and what we hope to do moving forward.
Congrats to all our Launchpad teams and thank you to our guest panelists and community for attending!
A look back at last week's workshop on open source community building and management best practices.
A guide for our #Launchpad2018 project teams to help them prepare for Demo Night
I'm pleased to announce Toni McIntyre has accepted the second Code for Philly Co-Director role.
A quick look back at last week's workshop on open source licensing and where you can learn more.
Teams make the impossible, possible. Here are some suggestions for attracting volunteers to join your civic tech project.
Information on our Launchpad 2018 projects and how you can still join a project team.
A checklist of recommended activities and tasks for Launchpad teams to complete by the end of Saturday.
Please Welcome Charlie, Toni and Sophia to the 2018 CfP Leadership Team
Everything you need to know to successfully navigate our month-long Civic Engagement Launchpad.
This guest blog comes to you from MyPhilly's James Marshall. As we get ready for #Launchpad2018 to kick off this Friday, James takes a look back at the his experience at last year's Launchpad.
Civic Engagement Launchpad offers structure and workshops to help teams deliver meaningful solutions. Below you'll find an overview of what we're offering this year to Launchpad participants.
We’re looking for a few good technologists to serve as mentors at our Civic Engagement Launchpad. Find out how you can sign up.
Find out what we're looking for in a project idea and how you can submit your idea ahead of Launchpad kick off.
What started as one man and a trash grabber has spread, block by block, across the city as residents answer the call to serve.
How greenSTEM grew from a single idea with a single outcome to a larger STEM initiative, and how Code for Philly helped nurture that growth.
How volunteers at Code for Philly and civic leaders at the DVRPC came together for a common cause and launched CyclePhilly.
The new year is still fresh and Code for Philly already has plenty planned for this year. The biggest change, though, will be with our leadership team.
We want to hear from you: how can our website better serve you, our community members?
Please help us welcome our new Events Lead!