We began making simple mobile apps in 2013 during our Youth Empowerment Institute and have kept it as part of our tech inclusion philosophy. It’s amazing what people with no prior knowledge of coding can get done in a short amount of time.
We allow our students to think bigger by empowering them to create “pocket reference” style mobile apps that can be created with nothing more than some basic knowledge of HTML and a computer.
The 2015 Youth Empowerment Institute decided to take a break from teaching college access and switch gears to teaching girls to educate their peers about the plethora of issues regarding food justice. In partnership [...]
The Spring 2017 Mobile Apps Lab wanted to combine their learning with actual usefulness, so they decided to learn to code by creating a resource for their fellow slugs.
The 2016 cohort of the Youth Empowerment Institute delivered another amazing app to help their peers get to college. This year's update includes new sections, more information, and a fresh coat of paint.
We partnered with the Food Chain Workers Alliance to create a mobile app to generate publicity to their No Piece of the Pie - U.S. Food Workers in 2016 Report. This handy app introduces you [...]