Improving public access and participation for the digital age in Hampton Roads, Virginia
We collaborate with government, community foundations, and civic groups throughout Hampton Roads to improve public access and participation. We get passionate about bridging digital divides in government services and improving civic participation through the internet.
On a hunch we pulled in Code for Hampton Roads to see what they were all about. Two dozen hackers and 48 hours later, HRT Bus Finder was launched. Transit riders are still benefiting from the app today. That’s tangible value added to the cause of mobility! Philip Shucet
Use your professional skills for civic good here at home. Connect with existing project teams or pursue your own civic initiative by coming to our Meetups and joining Code for VA on Slack. All skill sets welcome! Coding, graphic design, marketing, writing, social media, product management, events. Our volunteers are widely recognized for their contributions.
Volunteering for Code for Hampton Roads helps me grow as a software developer while doing something good for my community, and I’ve learned more about how government works than I ever did in school. Blaine Price
Sometimes civic projects need dedicated resources for a short period. Some of our volunteers work on a freelance, contracted basis. Contact email@example.com to connect your civic projects with our members.
We’ve done two projects with the Code4HR team. They’re smart, which is what you’d expect. What sets them apart is they never lose sight of their ultimate goal — informing the community. David Poole