Apps for Good and Facebook Team Up to Teach Youth to Build Apps



Apps for Good is a London-based nonprofit that teaches unemployed 16-24-year-olds how to code and design apps. The group is teaming up with Facebook for a second time to build apps that focus on positive social impacts. http://www.mashable.com
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4 thoughts on “Apps for Good and Facebook Team Up to Teach Youth to Build Apps”

  1. sounds cool, what if people dont belong in the age bracket specified, can they stay join? i like to know how to make apps..

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