Press release: National Lottery boost for young digital leaders changing communities

A national charity supporting young people to learn digital skills to solve problems in their local communities has received £1.2 million of National Lottery funding.

The grant has been awarded by the Big Lottery Fund and will give 200,000 young people across the UK access to a learning programme created by Apps for Good.

This programme takes place in schools, teaching students to build, market and launch digital products and tools to solve problems that matter to them. Continue reading

Press Release: Woman in Technology? Inspire a new generation now!

London, 13 October 2015 – Women working in technology are now being offered an opportunity to inspire a new generation, via the TechFuture Women’s Network. The network is being launched today by education movement Apps for Good, employer organisation the Tech Partnership, and the consulting, technology and outsourcing services provider Capgemini, to address the gender imbalance within the technology sector. With new research[1] confirming that women continue to be significantly under-represented in technology, the initiative is designed to harness the energy of female role models to alter perceptions of the industry, and to help advance the process of building a more diverse and tech savvy workforce.

As part of the initiative, women working in the digital and technology roles at all levels are being asked to sign up to the TechFuture Women’s Network, a community of professionals taking part in programmes that promote technology in schools. The aim is to change the way that young people learn about technology, and ensure they see the range and excitement of tech careers open to them.

Michelle Perkins, Director, Schools Outreach Programme at Capgemini, outlines the thinking behind the TechFuture Women’s Network: “If we’re to attract talented young people into tech careers, we need to start early, so working with school age children is vital. We know that nothing is more powerful for young people than seeing real-life success – people who are clearly having enjoyable and worthwhile careers – so we hope that female tech specialists will jump at the chance to act as role models. Both boys and girls need to hear and be influenced by women already working in the industry.”

Debbie Forster, co-CEO of Apps for Good, adds: “School students really value their interaction with business people, and the positive modelling they provide adds an extra dimension to the Apps for Good programme. We’re delighted to be working with Capgemini, and the other employers of the Tech Partnership, to encourage mentors to join us in schools.”

The first of opportunities available to the TechFuture Women’s Network is to join the Apps for Good Expert Community. Apps for Good Experts share their skills and knowledge with enthusiastic student teams as they develop ideas for apps – getting loads of energy, inspiration and new perspectives in return.  In the last academic year, more than 25,000 students took part.

There are also openings to mentor young women in TechFuture Girls clubs, after school or lunchtime clubs aimed at girls aged 10 – 14. Since its launch in 2005, more than 150,000 girls have benefited from its mix of activities, games and projects, all designed to build their skills and confidence in technology.  Mentors visit the clubs regularly to support the girls and provide new perspectives on the learning.

Register here for full details of TechFuture Women’s Network, and to receive updates and invitations.

 More about the partners behind the TechFuture Women’s Network

About The Tech Partnership

The Tech Partnership is a growing network of employers creating the skills for the digital economy. We work to inspire young people about technology, accelerate the flow of talented people from all backgrounds into technology careers, and help companies develop the technology skills they need for the future.

About Capgemini

Now with 180,000 people in over 40 countries, Capgemini is one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Group reported 2014 global revenues of EUR 10.573 billion. Together with its clients, Capgemini creates and delivers business, technology and digital solutions that fit their needs, enabling them to achieve innovation and competitiveness. A deeply multicultural organization, Capgemini has developed its own way of working, the Collaborative Business ExperienceTM, and draws on Rightshore®, its worldwide delivery model.

Learn more about us at www.capgemini.com.

Rightshore® is a trademark belonging to Capgemini

About Apps for Good

Apps for Good is an education technology movement that is transforming the way technology is taught in schools, turning young tech consumers into tech creators.

Working alongside educators Apps for Good has developed a free flexible course framework that infuses digital learning with teamwork, creativity and entrepreneurship. Students find a problem they want to solve and apply new skills to making a real life app, exploring the full product development cycle from concept to coding to launch in a way that brings the classroom to life.

Apps for Good partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver its app development course to young people 10-18 years of age. In the 2014/15 academic year, the programme has been delivered to over 25,000 students within more than 500 Education Partners across the whole of the UK.

Apps for Good is currently recruiting schools to join as Education Partners for 2015/2016 visit appsforgood.org to find out more

For further information please contact:

Lalage Clay, Head of Communications, the Tech Partnership lalage.clay@thetechpartnership.com 07908 229625

Noreen Aldworth, Communications & Events Manager, Apps for Good noreen.aldworth@appsforgood.org 02081506908

Magda Bulska, PR Manager, Capgemini, magda.bulska@capgemini.com, 0789 1156 339

[1] Tech Partnership / BCS Women in IT Scorecard 2015 https://www.thetechpartnership.com/resources/

Press Release: Student entrepreneurs from across the country announced as winners in Apps for Good Awards 2015

22 June 2015:  The winners of the national Apps for Good Awards 2015 were announced last Thursday. The awards, held on 18 June at the Barbican in London, celebrated the next generation of problem solvers and digital makers: young people who are creating tech products to change their world for good.

At the awards event, 18 teams of students, aged between 12 and 19, pitched their app ideas to a panel of judges comprised of industry leaders in a bid to be crowned the winner in one of six theme-based categories. All teams also competed to be chosen as the winner of the People’s Choice Award in an online public vote.

The winning app teams are:

Category Winning Team School
Information

Powered by Thomson Reuters

One Click Politics

Gets young people tuned into politics

Wick High School, Caithness
Sustainable Communities

Sponsored by Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

GardenKing

Learn about the plants in your garden and how to care for them

Latymer Upper School, Hammersmith
Connected Communities

Sponsored by TalkTalk

Sound Clash

Listen to music with friends across multipledevices.

Latymer Upper School, Hammersmith
Productivity

Sponsored by SAP

BOOKd

Take your reading beyond the classroom

Dr Challoner’s Grammar School, Amersham
Learning

Sponsored by Samsung

My World of Atoms

Brings the periodic table to life

The Boswells School, Chelmsford
Saving, Spending and Giving

Sponsored by Barclaycard

Jobs 4 You

Find and apply for student-friendly local work

Priestley College, Warrington
People’s Choice Award

Sponsored by Essence

Who Cares?

Supporting young carers across the UK

Denbigh High School, Luton

Also at the awards, the Excellence Prize for Coding, which is powered by Facebook, was presented to Codecepts from Dr Challoner’s Grammar School, in recognition of the technical skills demonstrated in their competition entry.

With the support of Apps for Good and their sponsors, the winners of the six thematic categories and the People’s Choice Award winner will now work with development agencies putitout and Gourmet Pixel to launch their apps on to the market in early 2016.

Debbie Forster, co-CEO of Apps for Good comments, “We’d like to offer our congratulations to all the winners this year! Once again, we’ve been really impressed by the careful thought and creativity displayed by the finalists, with all of the teams having worked exceptionally hard to create a product that can truly make a difference to their world. We’d also like to thank our amazing educators and experts who have helped all our student teams this year.  Our mission at Apps for Good is to encourage students to take an interest in technology, by showing them how can be used to solve real-world solve problems and drive change, and I really feel that that was reflected in this year’s entries. We’re very excited to see the finished apps when they are launched on to the market in early 2016.”

 For more information on the winning student teams and their apps, please visit www.appsforgood.org

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Notes for Editors

Impact Prizes

At this year’s awards, Apps for Good Impact Prizes were also presented to the educator, school, expert and fellow who had made the greatest impact in supporting the Apps for Good movement and student teams. This year’s winners were:

Category Winning Team
Educator of the Year David Talbert, Highgate Wood School
School of the Year Denbigh High School
Fellows of the Year Nancy Levy-Vegh and Rhea Patel, Highgate Wood School
Expert of the Year Sophie Freirmuth, Baguette UK

 Judges

The judging panel of ‘Dragons’ consists of high profile figures and industry leaders, with a panel of six different Dragons for each of the six thematic categories. These include:

  • Margaret Rice-Jones, Chairman, Skyscanner
  • Kip Meek, Senior Adviser, EE
  • Ricky Martin, Managing Director, HRS and BBC’s The Apprentice Winner 2012
  • Jemima Kiss, Head of Technology, The Guardian
  • Ken Olisa OBE, Chairman, Restoration Partners
  • Melissa Di Donato, Area VP, EMEA and APAC, Salesforce.com

Award Accelerators

Finalist teams are paired up with Tech City companies, spending time in their office to help prepare for their pitches. Our 2015 Award Accelerators are:

  • Essence
  • Eclipse Experience
  • Fluxx
  • Future Workshops
  • Moving Brands
  • SapientNitro
  • Seven Digital Consultancy
  • Shift Design
  • ustwo
  • Xactly UK
  • Youview

Impact Awards Partner: SapientNitro
Coding Prize Partner: Facebook
Judging Partner: Capgemini
Venue Partner: Barbican
Supporters: Uncorked
Official development partner: Putitout

 Apps for Good

Apps for Good is an education technology movement that is transforming the way technology is taught in schools, turning young tech consumers into tech creators. Apps for Good aims to unlock the confidence and talent of the next generation of problem solvers and digital makers: young people who are ready to tackle the 21st century workplace and are inspired to create new tech ideas that can change their world for good.

Working alongside educators Apps for Good has developed a free flexible course framework that infuses digital learning with teamwork, creativity and entrepreneurship. Students find a problem they want to solve and apply new skills to making a real life app, exploring the full product development cycle from concept to coding to launch in a way that brings the classroom to life.

Apps for Good partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver its app development course to young people 10-18 years of age. In the 2014/15 academic year, the programme has been delivered to over 25,000 students within more than 500 Education Partners across the whole of the UK, growing by 50,000 percent since launch in 2010 with two centres and 50 students. Apps for Good is a registered charity and is supported by partnerships with companies and foundations who share their vision of improving technology education. Corporate partners and sponsors include technology leaders Facebook, Google, Thomson Reuters, Barclaycard and Samsung to name but a few.

Apps for Good is currently recruiting schools to join as Education Partners for 2015/2016.

For more information visit http://www.appsforgood.org/

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Press Release: Finalists announced in national student app awards

Apps for Good, the free education programme dedicated to closing the digital skills gap, has announced 18 teams of students as finalists in the Apps for Good Awards, to be held on 18 June at the Barbican in London.

The national Apps for Good Awards celebrate the next generation of problem solvers and digital-makers, young people who are creating apps to change their world for good. The 18 finalist teams, made up of students aged 12-19, will now compete in one of six thematic categories for the chance to work with experts and see their apps come to life.

The final stage of the awards will see the 18 teams pitch their apps in front of a panel of expert judges, comprised of industry leaders and high profile figures, including, Margaret Rice-Jones, Chairman of Skyscanner; Ricky Martin, Marketing Director HRS & BBC The Apprentice Winner 2012; and Jemima Kiss, The Guardian’s Head of Technology. In the run up to the event, the students will spend time in the offices of some of the UK’s leading Tech City companies, acting as ‘accelerators’ they will support the teams as they prepare to face the judges.

The winning team in each category will then spend the following six months having their app professionally produced in association with major sponsors and app development companies, before being launched to the public in February 2016.

Shortlist for the Apps for Good Awards 2015 
Category Category Sponsor Finalist Teams
Information Thomson Reuters Finding Spoons, eID, One Click Politics
Sustainable Communities Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park GardenKing, Who Cares?, ProblemPals
Connected Communities TalkTalk Quick Team, Pen Friend, Sound Clash
Productivity SAP STEM City, Sports Watch, BOOKd
Learning Samsung My World of Atoms, Debate it, Arty-Fact
Saving, Spending & Giving Barclaycard Jobs 4 You, Pass it on, Penny-A-Mile

The finalist teams are also up for the People’s Choice Award, powered by Essence, which is selected by an online vote held from 9-18 June. During this time members of the public can vote for their favourite app at: appsforgood.org/vote.

Debbie Forster, co-CEO of Apps for Good explains, “We’d like to offer our congratulations to all of this year’s finalists! At Apps for Good we want to change technology education forever: to turn young tech consumers into tech creators and prepare them to tackle the 21st century workplace. Our course teaches not only digital skills, but also arms students with essential real-world skills such as teamwork, problem solving, confidence and resilience. The innovation displayed in this year’s entries demonstrates not just the potential for young people to succeed, but their passion to use technology to change their world for good. We’re looking forward to celebrating their achievements at the Apps for Good Awards, and wish all of the finalists the best of luck!”

The winning apps will be announced at the Apps for Good Awards Ceremony taking place from 7.30pm – 8.30pm on 18 June at the Barbican, London. This ceremony will be preceded by a Marketplace between 6.00pm -7.30pm where invited guests and members of the press will have the opportunity to meet the students and hear about their apps.

For more information on this year’s finalists please visit www.appsforgood.org/public/awards/2015/finalists.

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Notes for Editors

Judges

The judging panel of ‘Dragons’ consists of high profile figures and industry leaders, with a panel of five different Dragons for each general category. These include:

  • Margaret Rice-Jones, Chairman, Skyscanner
  • Kip Meek, Senior Adviser, EE
  • Ricky Martin, Managing Director, HRS and BBC’s The Apprentice Winner 2012
  • Jemima Kiss, Head of Technology, The Guardian
  • Ken Olisa OBE, Chairman, Restoration Partners
  • Melissa Di Donato, Area VP, EMEA and APAC, Salesforce.com

Award Accelerators

Finalist teams are paired up with Tech City companies, spending time in their office to help prepare for their pitches. Our 2015 Award Accelerators are:

  • Essence
  • Eclipse Experience
  • Fluxx
  • Future Workshop
  • Moving Brands
  • SapientNitro
  • Seven Digital Consultancy
  • Shift Design
  • ustwo
  • Xactly UK
  • Youview

Other partners & supporters:

  • Impact Prizes Sponsor: SapientNitro
  • Coding Prize Sponsor: Facebook
  • Judging Partner: Capgemini
  • Venue Partner: Barbican
  • Supporters: Uncorked

Apps for Good

Apps for Good is an education technology movement that is transforming the way technology is taught in schools, turning young tech consumers into tech creators. Apps for Good aims to unlock the confidence and talent of the next generation of problem solvers and digital makers: young people who are ready to tackle the 21st century workplace and are inspired to create new tech ideas that can change their world for good.

Working alongside educators Apps for Good has developed a free flexible course framework that infuses digital learning with teamwork, creativity and entrepreneurship. Students find a problem they want to solve and apply new skills to making a real life app, exploring the full product development cycle from concept to coding to launch in a way that brings the classroom to life.

Apps for Good partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver its app development course to young people 10-18 years of age. In the 2014/15 academic year, Apps for Good has been delivered to over 25,000 students within more than 500 Education Partners across the whole of the UK, growing by 50,000 percent since launch in 2010 with two centres and 50 students. Apps for Good is a registered charity and is supported by partnerships with companies and foundations who share their vision of improving technology education. Corporate partners and sponsors include technology leaders Facebook, Google, Thomson Reuters, Barclaycard and Samsung to name but a few.

Apps for Good is currently recruiting schools to join as Education Partners for 2015/2016. For more information visit http://www.appsforgood.org/

For further information please contact:

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Press Release: Apps for Good launches Fellows Programme to nurture next generation of tech and business innovators

10 March 2015: Education technology charity, Apps for Good, which equips students with the skills to design and make apps that solve real-world problems, has this month launched a Fellows Programme for former students. Powered by Thomson Reuters, the programme is open to all students who have completed the Apps for Good course, giving them the opportunity to take their experience even further.

Following a successful pilot with over 100 students, the Fellows Programme will now be opened to the 25,000 students who are enrolled on the Apps for Good course this year. The programme enables students to:

  • Learn – continue to develop their skills
  • Achieve – enter competitions and challenges
  • Discover – get information and advice on potential career paths
  • Do – gain hands-on experience in business and tech
  • Engage – connect with Apps for Good’s ever-expanding network of industry experts
  • Return – become an Apps for Good Ambassador

The aim of the programme is to give former Apps for Good students the chance to take part in activities that help them think about the future, learn new skills and get real-life experiences in business and tech.

Debbie Forster, managing director at Apps for Good, comments: “Each year we help students from all over the UK transform from consumers into creators of technology. Now we want to take that even further, giving students who have taken part in Apps for Good at their school the chance to continue to build connections with our communities of corporate partners and Experts, getting hands on experience in the world of tech and business. Our aim is to build a generation of problem solvers and digital makers, ensuring young people have the confidence and skills to succeed in the 21st century, and the Fellows Programme will be an important part of how we achieve this mission.”

The students involved in the pilot took part in a number of skill-enhancing activities, including representing Apps for Good at Skoll World Forum, entering competitions such as Wired Next Generation, and taking part in user testing for Tech Will Save Us and Plotr.

As the programme continues to develop, this year’s cohort will be exposed to an even wider range of opportunities. This includes taking part in Design Teams where the students will help shape the future of the Fellows Programme, joining Apps for Good’s team of bloggers and vloggers, as well as the chance to  get hands-on experience in the world of work with partners such as the Guardian, YouthNet and Ogilvy.

Bob Schukai, Head of Advanced Product Innovation at Thomson Reuters, adds, “Thomson Reuters is excited to be strengthening our partnership with Apps for Good by supporting its Fellows Programme. My colleagues and I have been continually impressed by the dedication and skill-sets of the students we’ve worked with, so I am delighted that their talents and experience will now be utilised to help teach the next generation of young technologists. Like Apps for Good, Thomson Reuters is passionate about teaching young people business and technology skills, so we are proud to continue to support this amazing organisation.”

To find out more about the fellows programme please visit www.appsforgood.org/fellows or contact Noreen Aldworth at noreen.aldworth@appsforgood.org. Companies interested in becoming corporate partners should contact Sophie Ball at sophie.ball@appsforgood.org.

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Notes to Editors

About Apps for Good:

Registered charity, Apps for Good, is an education technology movement that aims to build a new global generation of problem solvers and digital makers: students who can create, launch and market new products that change the world. Apps for Good wants to transform the way that technology is taught in schools, unlocking the talent of young people and helping them to be more able, self-confident and collaborative, ready to make a difference in their world.

The Apps for Good course is built around students finding a problem they want to solve and building, launching and marketing a solution using technology. Alongside improving their digital competency, students develop essential 21st century skills such as problem-solving, communication and team work.

Apps for Good partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver its app development course to young people 10-18 years of age. In the 2014-15 academic year, Apps for Good is being delivered to over 25,000 students within more than 470 Education Partners across the whole of the UK, growing by 50,000 percent since launch in 2010 with two centres and 50 students. Apps for Good are also committed to developing long-term and mutually beneficial partnerships with companies and foundations who share their vision of improving technology education. Corporate partners and sponsors include technology leaders Facebook, Google, Thomson Reuters, Barclaycard and Samsung to name but a few.

Apps for Good is currently recruiting schools to join as Education Partners for the 2015/2016 course.

For more information visit http://www.appsforgood.org/

For further information please contact:

Heather Picov: heather.picov@appsforgood.org

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8150 6908

Website: www.appsforgood.org

 

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Press Release: School finalists revealed for the Apps for Good Awards 2014

9 June 2014: Apps for Good has today announced the finalists in the national Apps for Good Awards 2014, designed to inspire students and discover the country’s leading young digital entrepreneurs. The Awards will be held on 23 June 2014 at the Barbican, London.

The national Apps for Good Awards celebrate the next generation of problem solvers and digital creators: studentshave created an app that tackles an everyday problem or issue they are passionate about. This year 18 finalist teams have been selected, shortlisted under one of six theme-based categories as below:

  • Information – big ideas for using data and information, sponsored by Thomson Reuters
  • My Planet – ideas for a greener and healthier world, sponsored by Thomson Reuters
  • Connected Communities – using technology to connect people and ideas, sponsored by TalkTalk
  • Productivity – running better to get the most out of work and play
  • Learning – inspirational learning through technology, sponsored by Samsung
  • Saving, Spending and Giving – making the most of your money, sponsored by Barclaycard

Travelling from schools right across the UK, the teams of students aged 10 to 18 will come together in London to pitch in front of a panel of judges comprised of industry leaders and high profile figures, such as digital entrepreneur Baroness Martha Lane Fox, Tech City CEO Gerard Grech and TV presenter Davina McCall. Ahead of the judging, the students will spend time in the offices of some of the UK’s leading Tech City companies, who will help the teams prepare to face the judges.

From the shortlisted schools, a public vote for the People’s Choice Award, held on the Apps for Good website (appsforgood.org) from 16-23 June, will also decide the overall favourite out of all app entries, sponsored by Tech London Advocates.This year’s Awards also recognise the coding whizzes on the Apps for Good course, with Coding Ninja prizes sponsored by Facebook and Nominet Trust for the students who have created the best working prototypes.

The winning teams will then work with development agencies to launch their apps on to the market, with the support of Apps for Good and their sponsors.

Debbie Forster, UK managing director of Apps for Good commented: “The quality and innovation of the students’ app submissions, developed during the Apps for Good course, has been fantastic. I’m delighted to see such a diversity of entries from across the UK, some from as far as Wick High School in Scotland. The finalist teams are a testament to the ability of young people to not just be consumers using technology, but to be makers creating with technology – developing apps to solve real world problems or issues that matter to them. The Apps for Good course teaches not only the fundamentals of digital literacy and coding but also skills such as problem solving, creativity and communication. Through this we are empowering young people to make the most of the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. We would like to wish all of the shortlisted teams good luck for the Awards!”

The winning app teams will be selected at the Apps for Good Awards event, taking place from 6-8.30pm on 23 June 2014 at the Barbican, London.

A press invitation is attached.

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Notes for Editors

All the Finalist teams can be found on the Apps for Good blog
The judging panel of ‘Dragons’ consists of high profile figures and industry leaders, with a panel of five different Dragons for each general category. These include: Judges

  • Diana Stepner, VP innovation partnerships and developer relations, Pearson
  • Baroness Martha Lane Fox, digital champion and founder of Lastminute.com
  • Gerard Grech, CEO, Tech City
  • Alexander Asseily, founder, Jawbone
  • Simon Devonshire, director, Wayra Europe-Telefonica
  • Avid Larizadeh, director, Hour of Code
  • John Streit, CTO, OgilvyOne Worldwide
  • Chris Galley, CTO, Accesso
  • Edward Kershaw, VP client services, Nielson
  • Christina Scott, CIO at Financial Times and SVP technology, Pearson
  • Frank Meehan, Angel investor and founder, Kuato Studios
  • Maggie Buggies, VP and global head of digital sales and markets, Capgemini
  • Nick Hugh, vice president and head of display solutions, Yahoo! EMEA

Award Accelerators

Finalist teams are paired up with Tech City companies, spending time in their office to help prepare for their pitches. Our 2014 Award Accelerators are:

  • Airbnb
  • Decoded
  • Fluxx
  • Moo
  • Mint Digital
  • Moving Brands
  • SapientNitro
  • SongKick/Gojimo
  • Unruly
  • We Are What We Do

Media Partner: FT

Venue Partner: Barbican

People’s Choice Award Partner: Tech London Advocates

Supporters: Skillsmatter, Uncorked

Apps for Good

Registered charity, Apps for Good, is an open-source technology education movement that aims to build a new global generation of problem solvers and digital makers: students who can create, launch and market new products that change the world. Apps for Good partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver their app development course to young people 10-18 years of age. Apps for Good provides the course content, training and connections to Expert volunteers, and then let teachers do what they are best at – inspiring and guiding young people.

In the 2013/2014 academic year, Apps for Good is working with over 210 schools who are delivering the course to more than 17,000 students across the UK, growing by 10,000 per cent since its launch in 2010.

Apps for Good are also committed to developing long-term and mutually beneficial partnerships with companies and foundations who share their vision of improving technology education. Corporate partners and sponsors include technology leaders Facebook, Google, Nominet Trust, Thomson Reuters, Barclaycard and Samsung to name but a few.

For more information visit http://www.appsforgood.org/

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