Now’s your last chance to apply to help guide Philadelphia municipal government through the tides of technology.
An announcement this afternoon says that the deadline for Code for America’s technology public service fellowship ends Sunday, July 31.
From the release:
“This is your chance to step up and make a difference. You’ll be part of a class of a fellows equally committed to changing government through technology, and you’ll spend the year working hand-in-hand with them and your government partners to make government more open and efficient. It’s what you can do for your country.”
The City of Philadelphia was one of 20 cities that applied for the 2012 fellowship program and one 10 that was selected, after participating as an inaugural member in 2011. We’ve been covering their efforts as part of our Transparencity series.-30-
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