Code for Raleigh believes government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century.
We are building civic awesome power in our community by holding regular
hack nights, CityCamp events, advocating for open data, and deploying apps.
Code for America believes
government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century.
We encourage and empower residents to take an active role in their community.
We facilitate collaboration between government staff and foster forward-thinking approaches to solving city problems.
We support civic-minded entrepreneurs and startups.
Local governments are changing. Forward-thinking municipalities are embracing technology to
make our cities better for everyone. Innovative government staff are sharing resources, best practices,
and collaborating on common problems. Code for America provides a broad range of resources, programs and
services to support and advance civic innovation.
City of Raleigh
State of North Carolina
Can I participate in the Brigade if I’m not technical?
Yes! Brigades need leaders and members with all types of skillsets. Some ways non-technical
folks participate include storytelling, community organizing, advising on projects as a subject
matter experts, planning events, writing copy, and more.
Should I bring a laptop to the meetups?
Yes Please! If you don't have access to a tablet or laptop, no problem at all. We will share!