#SFTech4Good – April 2019 Community Events Calendar

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Hopefully, you're enjoying this great spring weather! I'm writing to remind you that SFTech4Good is having it's first event at the Google Community Center on next Monday, April 29th. The event, Tech and Teen Mental Health, has a great panel and moderator! 



If you're interested, definitely register to attend or volunteer. (A couple of more volunteers won't hurt!) In addition to the amazing panel, topic, and space, the Rolling Out Cafe team will prep freshly made and tasty nibbles for us again.



As always, please spread the word about the event and SFTech4Good! Here is a linkfor an easy retweet about Monday's event. People can sign up for the SFTech4Good newsletter here and join the Meetup here.

There is always a ton of social good stuff going on. Read on as I'm sharing a few bits of info including job openings that have come in since the last newsletter!

 

-Regina
 


 


SFTech4Good April Event
April 29: Tech and Teen Mental Health 
Join us at the Google Community Space on the evening of April 29th where we'll learn how social media and online engagement can be tools for good.

Social media, gaming, and other online engagement are deeply intertwined with the lives of today’s teenagers, and this presents both tremendous opportunities and significant dangers. How can quickly-evolving technology be harnessed to improve the mental and emotional health of teens, and what are the best practices for creating safe online spaces? A panel of experts from the nonprofit and tech sectors will share their insights and experiences, discussing new models that engage teens while facing the challenges of the modern digital landscape

Panelists:

Moderator:

Register


Note: The official address of the Google Community Space is 188 The Embarcadero. However, the entrance is at 177 Steuart Street between Mission and Howard Streets.



Other Stuff
Deadlines Vary: GHC 19 Opportunities for Women of Color and Women from Untapped Pathways

AnitaB.org is offering two opportunities for women of color from underrepresented groups and women from untapped pathways to attend the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration in Orlando, FL.

The Grace Hopper Celebration is the largest women in tech event in the world. Last year over 20,000 people from 78 countries attended.

Deadline, Apri 28th: Google PRX is looking for diverse podcasters
Google is looking for podcasters of color to participate in the 2nd Round of the Google Podcast Creator Program. 12 selected teams will receive up to $40K in funding, will participate in an intensive 20-week bootcamp training program covering all aspects of podcasting (storytelling, production, sponsorship, marketing), and receive guidance and feedback from leading industry experts
Application

 



Jobs
Salesforce is hiring:
Director, Ethical and Humane Use

Warrior Canine Connection is hiring for two roles in San Mateo:

Review the job descriptions at the links. Please help spread the word!  If you apply, good luck! 
 




Thanks to our sponsor, TechSoup.

 

-Regina

P.S. Find @SFTech4Good on Twitter!