The Office of PittServes is proud to partner with the School of Computing and Information (SCI) to offer the iServe program, which pairs students who possess technology skills with community partners, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations that have technology-based needs. Students use and develop their skills to produce tangible, professional work for partnering organizations.
Successful projects have included data migration and categorization, website development, mobile app development, database creation and management, social media planning, and much more. Projects reflected real partner needs and were addressed by teams of students in 8-10 week time frames.
*Please note, student volunteers are not guaranteed. Assignments will take place after the matching fair.*
Organizations who submit projects for the Spring 2023 semester are required to attend an informational meeting with staff from SCI and the Office of PittServes to confirm project details. Spring projects will take place from January to April and should expect 30-40 hours of service from students.
There will be a mandatory community partner matching fair tentatively scheduled for the week of January 23rd.
Questions can be directed to Mariah Nablo at email@example.com.
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While our commitment to Pitt and its people won’t change, as we learn more, our guidance might. Please visit this page often for the latest updates regarding the iServe program.
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