10 Favorite Memories from Our Old TechChange HQ


It’s official! On March 31, TechChange will officially move to our new home on 13 & U St. NW.

While we’re looking forward to having more space, better light, and a more convenient location for our partners …
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Will Technology Turn Your Organization into a Startup?


Technology alone won’t change an organization, but people might.

Last week Forbes featured our upcoming course on Social Intrapreneurship in a post on 2014’s Most Valuable Employee: The Social Intrapreneur. While we’ve …
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EVENT: Join Us for January ICT4Drinks!


TechChange and Kurante are excited to kick off the 2014 ICT4Drinks series with a Back-to-School happy hour on Thursday, January 30th from 6-9pm at 14K Lounge(RSVP Now
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FIELD UPDATE: How Mobile Devices Provide Real-Time Data for the Egyptian Referendum


For the first time, an international observation mission will utilize mobile devices and formhub for collecting real-time data from its observers.

I’m here in Egypt as part of the election observation mission with Democracy International, where 80 international observers are being sent to 23 governorates to witness the conduct of voting for the constitutional referendum.
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Why Google Wi-Fi at Starbucks Is a Big Deal


This year, Starbucks announced that it would make its internet speed in coffee shops 10 times faster by switching from AT&T to Google. Sorry, playwrights and up-and-coming writers. Collaborating nerds are going to take over the local Starbucks.
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Three Lessons from Tunisian Students on Building Youth Workforce Capacity


Tech entrepreneurs of the world unite! TechChange was proud to present on a short panel for The Tunisia Community College Scholarship Program (TCCSP) and the Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program to support Tunisian students pursuing technical professions.
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Two Tweets Reveal Central Problem for South Sudan Crisis Map


When is it ethical to either restrict or share information during violent conflict? Two tweets summarized the information challenges of the South Sudan Watch crisis map will face in the coming days.
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Can Crisis Mapping Help S. Sudan?


Spreading violence in South Sudan threatens thousands of civilian lives, political stability in the region, and even outbreaks of transmissible disease. How should the international community begin to address this hot conflict, and prepare for what is likely to be a global humanitarian response effort. Who are the key actors? What are their motivations? What are our windows of opportunity to see a reduction in violence?
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State of TechChange 2013


What a year 2013 has been! Last year we did our first State of TechChange 2012 and figured it was time to look back on a year of learning.

More than ever, we are grateful …
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What #CitizenScience and Tech Education Have in Common


On Wednesday, Nov. 20, we were proud to help facilitate the online engagement for a Wilson Center event on New Visions for Citizen Science. It was a perfect follow-up to the last time we visited for …
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