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  • Where Small Business and Tech Meet

    The Tech Connection

    sf.citi, the San Francisco Small Business Commission, the Small Business Network and the Golden Gate Restaurant Association were proud to co-host The Tech Connection in May 2013.

  • sf.citi Tackles Homelessness with PHC

    Project Homeless Connect

    sf.citi is proud to announce our new partnership with Project Homeless Connect. Click here to find out how you and your company can get involved and help people experiencing homelessness access vital services.

  • Future Grads Tech Internships

    Bryant Video

    Future Grads, a program launched in 2012 by sf.citi and the SF Police Foundation is dedicated to helping SF high school students graduate and prepare for future careers. Last year, sf.citi placed 20 students in paid summer internships with 12 sf.citi member companies.

  • Technology Education in Public Schools

    Policy Education

    sf.citi member company SparkAmerica created a technology curriculum program to be implemented in the public school system - one of the first in the country. sf.citi promoted and engaged within our tech community to provide awareness for the pilot semester.

  • Faster, Safer, More Efficient

    smartMUNI

    SMARTmuni, a new app developed by local transit advocates designed to improve day-to-day MUNI operations, monitor system issues and communicate in real time. sf.citi and AT&T are proud to sponsor this pilot project of the SMARTmuni application.

  • BlackGirlsCODE and Twitter

    Bryant Video

    sf.citi was able to secure 25 lap-tops from Twitter, now used to train the next generation of innovators as part of BlackGirlsCODE, a nonprofit academy that empowers young girls of black, Latino, and Native American descent to explore STEM fields through coding.

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Urban Hack

Join Highground Hackers for Urban Hack 2014, May 3-4th at Geekdom in San Francisco. At Urban Hack 2014, you can lend your skills to a good cause - hacking to encourage mindfulness, violence and crime reduction, and other urban issues. Developers will have access to subject matter experts from non-profits and academia to help guide their projects. Register today!

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