#SFTech4Good Community Happenings

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If you want to help SFTech4Good by volunteering and sponsoring, please send a message to san-francisco@netsquared.org

P.S. Need events or community help? I’m available for full-time opportunities.

Thank you!

Regina Walton

SFTech4Good, Director


No SFTech4Good Event This February

There are events in the works including a Democracy Week one for April, so please stay tuned for info on those.

Tonight: The Future of Social at the Assembly
I'll be part of a panel and breakout groups tonight talking about the future of social. The title of the event is "THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL: Community Evolved". The event is at The Assembly in the Mission on 14th Street.

Follow the link for details, and, yes, it will stream on Instagram on the @2Swim.plus account.

Startup Grind Global 2020
I hope that everyone that I was able to share a code for Startup Grind Global 2020 was able to attend. This was my second time attending, and I want to thank Derek Andersen, co-founder and CEO of Startup Grind for passing some codes my way to share with the community. Jeremy Brown also shared a code he got with me, so if you got a Startups Give Back code to register with, it was because of him.

If you went and missed this Tweet, it's not too late to give it a like and a response!


Other Events


Ongoing: R/GA San Francisco and the African American Art & Culture Complex (AAACC)'s LIGHT CYPHER LABS
LIGHT CYPHER LABS are dedicated spaces of POC and local artists to take on a residency with access to ground-breaking technology and media tools that will enhance their stories, create cutting-edge content, and explore how to create deeper user experiences.

You can learn more about the AAACC's programs and events here.
 

Ongoing in March and April: Volunteer with Youth Tiny House Village
Come build with us! Youth Spirit Artworks (YSA) is building the nation's first Tiny House Village dedicated to serving homeless and housing insecure youth. We need volunteers to build 6 tiny houses with us in March and April, and to support us through committees and ongoing volunteering.

Sign up here.

March 4th: Worker Solidarity in Tech Interactive Training
The event will take place on March 4th in San Francisco, and is designed to cultivate a space for skills development at the intersections of tech, labor, workplace organizing, and community building. Learn more and RSVP here.

March 25: Breaking Into Social Impact
The Breaking into Social Impact meetup is back!

They're kicking off 2020 with the first of three Breaking into Social Impact meetups at General Assembly in San Francisco on March 25th.

Click here to learn more and RSVP.
Breaking into Social Impact
May 19 - 21 (Chicago, IL): Good Tech Fest
This is a conference about technology but what brings us all together is our passion for creating change. It’s a place for the data nerds, technologists, leaders, doers, and analysts; people who are passionate about social change and are using technology to achieve it. It is a celebration of the ways data, technology, and design can come together to solve social problems.
Register

 


JOBS and RESOURCES


Doodle 4 Google Competition
This year's theme is: “I SHOW KINDNESS BY...”

Create a google logo and win a $30,000 college scholarship, a $50,000 tech package for your school/non-profit organization, and your artwork displayed for a day on Google.com! If you know any young aspiring artists, tell them about this!

Get more info here.

Kapor Capital Summer Internship Program
Kapor Capital has relaunched its Summer Internship program! This gateway opportunity exposes new and seasoned talent to tech startups and it also supports Kapor Capital portfolio companies in scaling their recruitment efforts. The application deadline is March 11. Learn more about the internship and access the application by clicking here.

Bank of the West: #ActForImpact - Getting Great Ideas Crowdfunded
They are looking for projects in women entrepreneurship and positive impact. Click over to learn more and good luck if you apply!

Nonprofit Trends Report from Salesforce.org
New research finds that nonprofits’ constituents expect more: 69% of nonprofits say that demand for transparency regarding funding has increased, according to the just-releasedNonprofit Trends Report.

 

Social Impact World
Social Impact World is a members-only community built for social impact professionals who have dedicated their careers to turning the corporate world into a force for good.
Learn more and apply

Social Impact Investing on Republic.co
Whereas traditional investing focuses on personal gain, social impact investing also focuses on making meaningful impacts on society. This can mean anything from investing in a company reforming the prison industry to a company making climate-friendly energy sources more accessible.

If there's a cause, there's a way to invest in it for profit and support. Learn more here.

Twilio.org's Crisis Response and Prevention Initiative
Twilio is committing its technology, funding, and time to help organizations change lives in the moment of crisis and prevent crises from happening in the first place.

The Network brings together software developers and crisis response experts to share best practices, build capacity, and create technology solutions to help more people.

Learn more about this initiative here.

 


Thanks to our sponsor,TechSoup.
That’s all for this issue!
As always, thanks to our partners and you, the SFTech4Good community. None of this would happen without you!
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