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For everyone interested in programming!
Here you can learn more about it, get some information about interesting resources and opportunities.


I am presently a National Ambassador for a non-profit called Project HEAL, but, alas, I was hoping to forge a group which is more intimately familiar with dilemmas - political, philosophical, or otherwise - confront teens in the present day, namely among them those which regard eating disorders. As someone who has suffered from anorexia for six years, I know that the single most rigorous pain derives from a sense of solitude. To hoist others up out of these bowels of isolation, I am presently in the midst of attaining a 501(c)(3) certification (pending). If you would care to be amongst the founding staff (writers, website design, marketers), then please feel free to fill out the application below. I hope to hear from you soon and hope that you are faring well despite the Malthusian havoc! This extends to high schoolers and undergraduate students alike from any walk of life.

We are especially in need of web developers and graphic designers right now, but we are open to just about anyone! Please try to sign up as soon as possible!
Startup/Hackathon Competition

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Hi yall. I'm Aryan, and I love Neuroscience. My startup is currently looking for avid programmers with experience win web/mobile app development experience looking to be a leader in our startup. We are trying to roll out some apps. We already have the ideas and processes figured out, but would certainly love your input! DM me if you want to be a part of this opportunity :)
Stay safe!
I certainly have experience in app development,at the moment I can create an app but if you are looking to put out a login page and cloud storage, I am not there yet?
Hey guys!

My organization, Coalition against Climate Change, is looking for some advanced web developers to help improve our websites current infrastructure( If you are interested DM me!
what do you mean by advanced?
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Someone with past experience in web dev with some projects/code to show for it!
Hey everyone! For anyone interested in joining a programming project, I am leading an open source project called Ano.js, which is a web animation library that can be integrated into websites with just two lines of code! The goal is to allow users to have web animations without coding at all. Even tools like Mo.js and Anime.js (which are amazing) require coding. The website is

Open source contributors create their own web animations and upload them to the Ano.js database, where it will be displayed on our website. It will be labeled that you created the animation, and you will receive credit for it. You can add this as an experience to your LinkedIn, a project to your portfolio, or add it to your resume! Everything you do as a contributor is on your own time. No deadlines, no requirements, no prior knowledge required.

I am looking for more open source contributors to join us, so if you're interested, please visit and enter your email and GitHub username, and you will automatically be invited to our Slack workspace and added as a collaborator to our GitHub repository. Please email me at for more questions!
Hi Calix, sounds like you could benefit from joining RoundPier's Student Coalition (RSC)
Hey guys,

I'm Archit, Founder and CEO of Junior Coding League. Junior Coding League has two goals:

1. Educate Students about programming from a younger age
2. Teach students about programming along-side with entrepreneurship

We run programs at local community centers(such as libraries) and each of our 8-week-long programs end with students creating solutions for problems that their local community faces. Students have built everything from free "unblocked at school" gaming sites to calendars for community members to organize their schedules.

We're also registered to provide mentors with the Presidential Volunteer Service Award(PVSA), so your hours will count towards it!

Currently we have chapters in New York, New Jersey, India, Nigeria, etc., and in West Windsor, NJ alone, we've educated over 100 students. Despite only having starting a couple of months ago, we also have several partners we work together with in order to educate as many children as possible.

The reason I'm posting today is because we're planning on expanding our network of chapters throughout both the United States as well as other nations.

If you're interested in founding a chapter(and being featured on our website as president of the chapter), fill out this form: fKncZpjoR7

If you want to know more about us, DM me or check out our site:
I am from India and I like your idea, just had a doubt will we get any letter of recommendation if we found a chapter? I have already filed out the form as I am interested
You won't get a letter of recommendation, but you will be featured on our site as one of the founders of a chapter.
Suggest that you also post on the Recruiting for NGOs group
Hi everyone,

My name is Shivali Gulati, and I'm the co-founder of Coding4kids, a student-led nonprofit initiative that is dedicated to fostering a love of coding in 225+ young students with chapters in California, Tennessee, Virginia, India, and Saudi Arabia. We're founded upon the belief of accessible STEM education for everyone, and we're dedicated to equipping youth nationwide with the skills they need for tomorrow's jobs.

Over the past year, Mehak Garg and I have implemented 5 year-long courses (Scratch, Python, Java, HTML/CSS, and Robotics) and we' are recruiting passionate and ambitious student board members who would like to make a difference in their community while gaining teaching experience, leadership, and interpersonal communication skills.

Teams offered
1. Content Creation:
2. Design / Social Media:
3. Web Development
4. Chapter Presidents
5. Chapter Volunteers
6. Communications

Sounds like you? Apply for one of many roles using our application link:

Feel free to contact us at with any questions you may have.
Hello! I've recently been promoted to National Ambassador for a lovely non-profit known as Project HEAL, an organization which seeks to forge a sense of community amongst those who are impacted by eating disorders. I am hoping to develop a website/ online forum wherein people can speak their minds about topics pertaining to mental health and its derivatives. If you are well-versed in the world of website development or think that you could contribute to the blog (e.g. writing, editing, etc.), please reach out to me!
I can help with website development. What kind of functionality are you looking for?
Hi guys!
My name is Myrdell and I’m currently in the process of starting a nonprofit, ForeverFierce. ForeverFierce’s mission is to raise awareness for physical and mental health while supporting others on their wellness journeys. I’m currently looking for web-developers to join my team. If any of y’all are interested, please comment or message me directly at I hope you all have a wonderful day!
I’m interested in being a web developer for ForeverFierce. Can I have more information about this opportunity?
Hi, I just sent you a few links with more information. Let me know if you have any questions!
Hi everyone :)

Would you like the opportunity to organize and teach underprivileged 5-9th graders programming?

Check out www.coders...! We currently have one active and two defunct branches, so we are quite small and thus your input will matter a lot. We have one class in progress: in fact, we're teaching next week! We're looking to expand next year.

Please let me know if you're interested. Private message me about your programming-related experiences and your visions for a branch, and let's talk.
Great opportunity! Consider posting in the Active Recruiting for NGO/Podcasts group as well since most of the people in that group are looking for opportunities like this
@Sean Cai Thank you for the suggestion! I'm quite new to this platform :)
I see that a lot of you people are in age group of 14 - 17 years. Having participated in Google Summer of Code program, I think a lot of you might be interested in something called Google Code-In

codein.wit... m/archive/

It is meant for exposing 13 - 17 year old students to the world of open source. In case you are hearing Open Source for the first time, it simply refers to the code of a particular software or library being publicly available to view and edit. In case you are using Firefox, it is open source as well !

Many powerful softwares are open source, since a large community of interested contributors all over the globe play a role in designing it.

The feeling of having successfully contributed to an Open Source library is quite unparalleled. For example, last year I contributed to CERN's ROOT library ( e852cc28).

You can do it too ! Get started by applying to Google Code In and begin your awesome journey into the world of Open Source.
Arif, thanks so much for your advice!
@Mohammad Islam
Hi Mr.Islam,
RoundPier is not the place to advertise your IT solutions firm. It is a place for students, teachers, mentors, tutors and others in academia.

I suggest you delete your comments and other posts advertising your Fiverr profile, otherwise you will be likely removed from this site.
Hi, People.

I'm new here. Currently a final year student of Computer Science. I specialize in Java, Python, C/C++. I was a tutor on Chegg for the last two years with > 97% approval rating. Looking for a change and open to tutoring opportunities here on RoundPier. Do contact me if you are looking for a tutor in programming !
Hey everyone! My name is Ashley Lin, and I am the Founder & CEO of Project Exchange, a youth-led, 501c3 nonprofit organization increasing access to cross-cultural learning opportunities for high school & college students through technology! We're currently launching a series of virtual field trips for classrooms around the world to hear from relatable mentors in the cybersecurity field, to educate and inspire students to explore cross-cultural collaboration in global cybersecurity & digital citizenship.

Project Exchange is inviting a limited number of students/classrooms (can be a physical classroom, before/after-school program, extracurricular program, etc.) to participate in a virtual field trip on Monday, June 3 and/or June 10.

This is an amazing opportunity for students to learn more about careers in cybersecurity, and hear from inspirational STEM mentors. Limited spots for the virtual field trip are available, so please RSVP here: f7VJzXYt9!

We have exciting mentors from T-Mobile, John Hopkins University, New America Cybersecurity Fellowship, and more! For example, our June 3 virtual field trip mentor, Dr. Ashley Podhradsky, is planning to share with students about current cyber attacks, cyber crime and how digital forensics is used to investigate incidents. She'll also discuss how she got into digital forensics, innovative techniques and the Digital Forensics for Cyber Enforcement lab at Dakota State University

This is open to middle & high school students, no experience is necessary except for an interest in technology/cybersecurity, and the field trip is held in English.
Unfortunately, the link doesn't work.
I’m taking AP comp sci A and principles next year. Any tips?
Hey Isabel,

You may find it helpful to start learning Java and Python over the summer if you don’t have any previous programming experience! This will give you a head start when class begins.

AP Comp Sci Principles requires you to write your OWN program by the end of the year, so be prepared.

Nevertheless, if you are passionate about technology and learning new things, it’ll be a breeze, whether you’re an expert or a beginner.

Yes doing some online classes over the summer is very helpful
You could do the Rice University's Python specialization over the summer. It's quite long but even doing the first four courses will be highly beneficial.

www.course... ndamentals
Hi everyone,

My name is Elaine Ly, and I'm the Head of the Virginia Branch for the nonprofit initiative Coding4Kids, co-founded by Mehak Garg and Shivali Gulati. We're founded upon the belief of accessible STEM education for everyone, and we're dedicated to equipping youth nationwide the skills they need for tomorrow's jobs. Current chapters have been opened in California and Virginia, which teach an audience of grades K through 6th about robotics, Scratch MIT, Python, and more.

With the help of a future extensive alumni network, we're hoping to expand our chapters even further in the coming years! We're recruiting passionate and ambitious student board members who would like to make a difference in their community while gaining teaching experience, leadership and interpersonal communication skills.

Recruits must have working experience with technology and must be easily contactable through the Slack app.

Sounds like you? Apply for one of many roles using our survey link:

docs.googl... K_YvN6m5v8

Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
Hey everyone! I'm Elaine Ly, and I've decided to create a Slack workspace for everyone and anyone interested in application development, website design, and just programming in general! Here, you can collaborate with other people from the RoundPier community.
I've teamed up with a few others on designing a website from scratch. You can help join the brainstorming process! If you want hands-on experience with HTML, CSS, and JS, go ahead and click the link.
If you're a creative thinker and want to pitch in with some new app ideas as well, hop right in.
Here's the link:
join.slack... zYwZjFmMDg
Happy coding!
Hey everybody! My name is Johnson Jin and am currently located here in Dallas. Almost a year ago, I founded a non-profit organization called Global Youth Coalition that is focused on the principles of education. Our mission is to help underprivileged communities, domestically and globally, with an emphasis on education. At GYC we believe education opens doorways to greater things and that it is our responsibility and purpose to help educate others. Global Youth Coalition is separated into smaller groups, or chapters, that allow us to have multiple points of influence not just throughout the United States, but in countries across the globe. Each individual chapter provides educational opportunities to a multitude of different communities that ultimately delivers a larger impact on a world-wide level. We have chapters that span from Pakistan, Turkey, China, California, and more. As we are always seeking for expansion, I would be happy to answer any questions and possible chapter start-ups at your location! Thank you for taking the time for reading this and feel free to shoot me a message!
HAX is a newly-founded nonprofit dedicated to helping people organize hackathons, with a specific focus on girls and disadvantaged minorities. We aim to provide all girls and minorities a chance to receive hands-on experience with programming and computer science, through bringing hackathons to high schools and overlooked areas everywhere! If this sounds like something you are excited and passionate about, HAX would love to have you join the Executive Team! Here is the information document regarding all the teams, roles within each teams, and requirements for each role: Here is the application where you can apply for the positions you're interested in: The application is due Friday, March 15, but preference is given to those who apply sooner!
Both links don’t work
Try removing the period (.) at the end of the link
Thank you for letting me know! The periods were accidentally included in the URLs. They are now fixed. :)
Are you a young person looking to drive bold social and/or environmental change? Looking for the tools, mentorship, and network to help you take the next step towards impact?

Wavve Incubator is a Gen-Z driven social impact platform that accelerates teen driven social ventures, and we're accepting innovator applications through Feb. 10 for our second cohort!
Our first cohort included 8 ventures disrupting in areas from peer-peer mental health platforms to social justice media companies along with a mentor network of over 50 business professionals and subject matter experts (LinkedIn Top Voices, Forbes 30/30, etc)

We’re looking for emerging leaders with next generation solutions. Apply at by Feb. 10th to join the movement.
If you are in NY or California check out this HS program at Google