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Introducing the Public Interest Tech Job Board

The newly developed Public Interest Tech Job Board is a collection of curated opportunities in public interest technology. Code for America believes that people with design, product, analytical, and technical expertise can make a difference in how government works.

What is public interest tech?

Public Interest: contributing to the common good. We use this to describe several types of organizations, such as:

  • governments
  • non-profits that partner with governments
  • for-profits that have a strong focus on social impact

Tech: any skills required to build products and services. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • product and project managers
  • researchers and designers
  • developers
  • analysts
  • content strategists

Post Your Job

Local governments, as well as nonprofits, and private sector companies with civic tech job openings can post their job needs HERE.

Find Your Job

Find a job HERE.

This Week in Civic Tech for March 5: Upcoming Events from National Day of Civic Hacking & More!

Save the Date! National Day of Civic Hacking is August 11! Look for local event(s) details here soon!  More news from Code for America:

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This Week in Civic Tech for Feb 26: Civic Tech Chat Podcast, Restorative Justice & More

Here’s the latest from Code for America.

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Refresher: Check out the Mission, vision and Operating Principles we wrote together this fall! For example, we’re non-partisan, but not neutral.

This Week in Civic Tech: News from Code for America

Apply now for the Code for America Apprenticeship Program, a new opportunity for people of color. We’re looking for recent graduates from college or bootcamp programs, people returning to the workforce and wanting to update their skills, and people early in their career looking for more experience.

Open Data Day is coming up fast on March 3rd. Check out the video of the workshop here and make sure to add your event to the map Read a post from Open Austin’s Victoria O’Dell highlighting the ways they’re planning to get involved in local open data efforts.

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Reconnect at our March 5 Meetup at the Entrepreneur Collaborative Center!

We’re going back for our future to the Hillsborough County Entrepreneur Collaborative Center in Ybor City, where we’ve met in the past. Regular meetings will resume here, the first Monday of each month, starting at 6pm. We’ll have light foods and refreshments, hear from members about current projects and from local civic leaders on current needs.

We’ll be talking about some upcoming outreach and community engagement opportunities in March and regrouping a bit, as a Code for America local affiliate. Please RSVP by the end of February so we have a reasonable headcount for munchies.  RSVP at our MeetUp page.