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Hey Chicago! Curious about becoming a Code for America fellow?
Applications for the 2016 Code for America Fellowship are now open and due July 15, 2015. If you're thinking about applying, but have questions, or you just want to find out more about the program, then this info session is for you.
About the Fellowship
The Code for America fellowship is a full-time paid year of service for experienced technologists. Cross-functional teams of three are embedded in local governments to develop digital tools that help cities and counties deliver key public services across health, economic development, and safety and justice.
Are you a developer, designer or project manager? The Fellowship is your chance to use your skills to directly impact everyday people’s lives. Fellows have improved the permitting processes for small business owners, made it easy for parents to enroll their children in schools, connected families with food assistance, and helped people avoid unnecessary bench warrants.
Check out Chicago native Alex Soble's bolg post on the experience.
Where and When?
This info session will be hosted at the Dev Bootcamp offices in Chicago, from 6 - 7:30pm. Light food and beverages will be served.
About Dev Bootcamp:
Join Nicole Neditch, Fellowship Director, Becca Blazack, Fellowship Coordinator, the Indianapolis Fellowship team and our midwest regional coordinator of the Brigade program, Christopher Whitaker at Dev Bootcamp in Chicago.
When & Where
Code for America
Code for America believes government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century. We help government deliver services to the public better using the tools and practices of the digital age.