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{color:#222222}{*}Kitchen Connection Mobile{*}{color}
| {color:#222222}Organization Category{color} | {color:#222222}Food Waste {color} |
| {color:#222222}Organization Name{color} | {color:#222222}Kitchen Connection{color} |
| {color:#222222}About Us{color} | {color:#454545}Kitchen Connection is an online network where chefs and lay food lovers can teach online and interactive cooking classes. The hosts of the classes (connections) can be paid, or choose to donate some or all of the funds from the class to our partner charity, Action Against Hunger and most recently, Whole Food's Whole Planet Foundation.{color}\\ {color:#454545}We focus on one country every month, and we normally host a monthly event at Whole Foods, educational institutions and the United Nations. Here are some examples of our events: {color}{color:#e4af09}Greek Month{color}{color:#454545}, {color}{color:#e4af09}Peru Month {color}{color:#454545}--- both with the Greek and Peruvian trade commissioners/consuls in attendance. In June, we are featuring France - and we are hosting our cooking class at the French Embassy, with the ingredients sponsored by Whole Foods Market. In 2018, we will continue to feature one country every month, focusing on countries affected by the refugee crisis, in support of the United Nations Together Campaign. {color}\\ |
| {color:#222222}Website{color} | {color:#222222}Homepage:{color} [http://kitchenconnection.org] |
| {color:#222222}Project Name{color} | {color:#222222}Mobile App{color} |
| {color:#222222}Description{color} | Given our social mission, that aims to be inclusive - and the fact that individuals, especially in developing countries have greater access to phones than they do laptops, we are looking to expand our reach via a mobile app for IOS/ Android. \\
We have created basic wireframes for the app, which can be found here, but are very open to new ideas and suggestions.  \\ |
| {color:#222222}Time Estimation{color} | {color:#222222}12 weeks at 8-12 hours per week.{color}\\
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| {color:#222222}Skills Needed{color} | * |
| {color:#222222}Number of Volunteers Requested{color} | {color:#222222}3 - 6 mobile developers.{color} |
| {color:#222222}Specific Tasks{color} | |
| {color:#222222}Links{color} | * |
| {color:#222222}Contact{color} | earlene@kitchenconnection.org |
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*KitchenConnect* *Brav*
| App Development |
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*WeRide - React Native help*
| Looking for React Native developers |
*ACL*
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{color:#222222}{*}AsylumConnect{*}{color}
\\ {color:#222222}{*}AsylumConnect{*}{color}
| {color:#222222}Organization Category{color} | {color:#222222}Online Resource Database / Social Services{color} |
| {color:#222222}Organization Name{color} | {color:#222222}AsylumConnect{color} |
On February 21, 2017, in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania's Hack4Impact (a student organization that connects student software developers with nonprofits), we migrated the catalog from a static site to a dynamic web application and scaled our product to Philadelphia, PA. \\
Our long-term vision is to scale our catalog to all major U.S. cities and ultimately, streamline the safe integration of LGBTQ asylum seekers in the U.S. From a technical standpoint, we strive to provide an open platform that allows LGBTQ asylum seekers to self-determine their own resource needs both ethically and scalably. |
| {color:#222222}Website{color} | {color:#222222}Homepage:{color} [http://asylumconnect.org/|http://asylumconnect.org/] \\ {color:#222222}Product:{color} [http://asylumconnectcatalog.org/|http://asylumconnectcatalog.org/] |
{color:#222222}Product:{color} [http://asylumconnectcatalog.org/|http://asylumconnectcatalog.org/] |
| {color:#222222}Project Name{color} | {color:#222222}AsylumConnect --- “Backend Migration”{color} |
| {color:#222222}Description{color} | AsylumConnect is now partnering with a San Francisco-based nonprofit building technical solutions to help low-income families access community resources. This nonprofit partner will be providing AsylumConnect with full access to its Resource Server API, which houses all public resource information content, as well as its Application Server API, which provides access to all features requiring a user account (resource bookmarks, referrals, editing, etc). Both of our organizations are confident that this partnership will help AsylumConnect to scale its services to all major U.S. cities, further enabling LGBTQ asylum seekers to access life-saving resources. \\
** Migrating our existing resources onto our partner’s databases, which are actively maintained by our partner organization.
* Adding the ability for users to suggest new resources located anywhere in the U.S., which will revolutionize our ability to help LGBTQ asylum seekers at scale. |
| {color:#222222}Time Estimation{color} | {color:#222222}7-10 weeks at 8-12 hours per week.{color}\\ {color:#222222}(Target launch of new catalog: October 2017.){color} |
{color:#222222}(Target launch of new catalog: October 2017.){color} |
| {color:#222222}Skills Needed{color} | * {color:#222222}Previous experience with full-stack web application development{color}
* {color:#222222}Familiarity with any of our existing stack*:{color}\*\* {color:#222222}Python{color}\*\* {color:#222222}Flask{color}\*\* {color:#222222}PostgreSQL via SQLAlchemy{color}\*\* {color:#222222}Heroku{color}\*\* {color:#222222}Javascript/HTML/CSS{color}
* {color:#222222}Self-starter with good communication skills and the ability to learn quickly and work independently{color}\\ {color:#222222}\*Note that due to the relatively small codebase and comprehensive nature of the project, AsylumConnect is open to changing any aspects of our stack.{color} |
{color:#222222}\*Note that due to the relatively small codebase and comprehensive nature of the project, AsylumConnect is open to changing any aspects of our stack.{color} |
| {color:#222222}Number of Volunteers Requested{color} | {color:#222222}2-4 full-stack web developers.{color} |
| {color:#222222}Specific Tasks{color} | {color:#222222}Key deliverables:{color}\# Migrating our web application off of Flask-SQLAlchemy onto a new, already-developed RESTful backend.
| {color:#222222}Links{color} | * {color:#222222}Current catalog product:{color} [http://www.asylumconnectcatalog.org/|http://www.asylumconnectcatalog.org/]
* {color:#222222}GitHub:{color} [https://github.com/AsylumConnect/asylum-connect-catalog|https://github.com/AsylumConnect/asylum-connect-catalog] |
| {color:#222222}Contact{color} | {color:#222222}AsylumConnect Human Resources:{color} [applications@asylumconnect.org|mailto:applications@asylumconnect.org] \\ {color:#222222}Tiff (Director of Technology):{color} [tiff@asylumconnect.org|mailto:tiff@asylumconnect.org] \\ {color:#222222}Katie (Co-Founder & President):{color} [katie@asylumconnect.org|mailto:katie@asylumconnect.org] |
{color:#222222}Tiff (Director of Technology):{color} [tiff@asylumconnect.org|mailto:tiff@asylumconnect.org] \\
{color:#222222}Katie (Co-Founder & President):{color} [katie@asylumconnect.org|mailto:katie@asylumconnect.org] |