Last year's "All Hands on Tech: A Senior Learning Event" during Philly Tech Week. Photo by Neal Santos.
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Commit Pledge of Service is a project between the Knight Foundation, Temple’s Urban Apps and Maps Studio, Jarv.us and Technical.ly Philly.
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