The Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT) is organizing an Urban Sustainability Apps Competition, and is looking for coders, designers, developers and programmers who are committed to making Chicago neighborhoods greener, more affordable and more livable. During the competition, tech folks will team up with leaders and activists from neighborhoods including Englewood, Woodlawn, Lawndale and Little Village to create mobile apps that enhance local assets and solve local problems.
Read more below, or read more at the CNT Urban Sustainability Apps Competition Sign-Up Page
Who: You, other community leaders, coders & designers
What: Urban Sustainability Apps Competition
When: Tuesdays in October and a final round October 18th, 19th and 20th
Where: Tuesday meetings at 1871 (Merchandise Mart floor 12), final round at
TechNexus (20 N. Wacker Drive)
Why: To create apps and websites that make Chicago neighborhoods greener, more livable and more affordable
How much: Free!
Contact: Edward Oser | eoser<at>cnt.org | 773-269-4039