IEEE Launches Social Good Matchmaking Site
IEEE
FEB 21, 2014 04:00 AM
A+ A A-

With this week's launch of IEEE's App-E-Feat promotion, more than 600 engineers have already indicated they want to help improve the quality of life for people throughout the world. 

The App-E-Feat website connects IEEE engineers and students with organizations they can help.

App-E-Feat is a website that matches organizations aligned with the IEEE mission of advancing technology for humanity with engineers to create mobile apps. App-E-Feat is being launched as part of IEEE's Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitment to Action.

"Technology plays a vital role in furthering community and environmental interests and we're eager to connect IEEE engineers and students with organizations they can help in profound ways," said Jim Prendergast, IEEE executive director. "The mobile apps created through App-E-Feat connections will foster new opportunities and solutions for the people they serve." 

FIRST
PREV
NEXT
LAST
Page(s):
[%= name %]
[%= createDate %]
[%= comment %]
Share this:
Please login to enter a comment:
 

Computing Now Blogs
Business Intelligence
by Keith Peterson
Cloud Computing
A Cloud Blog: by Irena Bojanova
The Clear Cloud: by STC Cloud Computing
Careers
Computing Careers: by Lori Cameron
Display Technologies
Enterprise Solutions
Enterprise Thinking: by Josh Greenbaum
Healthcare Technologies
The Doctor Is In: Dr. Keith W. Vrbicky
Heterogeneous Systems
Hot Topics
NealNotes: by Neal Leavitt
Industry Trends
The Robotics Report: by Jeff Debrosse
Internet Of Things
Sensing IoT: by Irena Bojanova

 

RESET