The GT Bits of Good team connects our students with local nonprofits by building powerful web apps.
Connecting with Atlanta
By building relationships with local nonprofits, we are redefining social good for students who want to make a meaningful impact with their technical background.
Building powerful web apps
Our organization develops real-world applications and promotes learning and mentorship at all levels, both from team members of diverse skillsets and from the close-knit, passionate club community.
Humanitech becomes Bits of Good
It all starts when a young Rhea Chatterjee revives the dying Humanitech initiative, striving to connect students with ATL nonprofits. Helped by the talented Andre Hijaouy and Anna Herrera, a robust, rebranded organization is born: Bits of Good.
Partnership with Hack4Impact
First year of Bits of Good
Developer Bootcamp introduced
Product Managers introduced
Engineering Managers introduced
Operations Committee introduced
Marketing Committee introduced
Design Bootcamp introduced
Brand Committee becomes its own department
Nonprofit Partnership Committee becomes its own department
First in-person meeting since the beginning of COVID-19
Bits of Good is home to engineers and artists. We believe in empowering the non-profits and democratizing technology for social good.
User-focused members that either work with nonprofits to solve their needs from a UX and UI perspective, or work with our brand team to illuminate the BoG mission.
The bread and butter of our nonprofit teams. These members may work in any area of the stack to learn and deliver powerful web applications.
The leaders that weigh the needs of our nonprofits, technical challenges of our devs, and creative vision of our designers to deliver production-ready applications.
The leaders of our events, finances, and logistics. This department is the glue finding fun, creative ways to bring our community closer together.
The communicators and creative writers that advertise our mission. They handle our social media, flyers, and our upcoming BoG Blog content.
Artisan of online presence, print, and BoG "look and feel"
Advocates ready to connect with potential nonprofits