CIVIC INNOVATION LAB AND FELLOWSHIP
The NYC Civic Innovation Lab and Fellowship is improving Community Boards civic engagement practices and their digital footprints. This program is in collaboration with Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, CUNY Service Corps, and Fund for the City of New York.
NYC’s BetaLab a digital services & consulting agency dedicated to building open technology, participatory government, and facilitating engaging civic events. We are available for contract work, please contact Noel Hidalgo (noel at beta dot nyc) for more information.
BetaNYC is a 501c3, not-for-profit corporation, and a member of Fund for the City of New York’s partners program.
NYC SCHOOL OF DATA
New York City School of Data is a community conference showcasing the City’s civic design, civic/government technology, and open data ecosystem. We seek to build a framework of relationships that can demystify data and technology, foster democracy, build cross-borough relationships, and mentor a new generation of civic leaders. For the weekend, we will celebrate two events; internationally, we will celebrate open data data; locally we will kick off the City’s open data week. Collectively, we showcase our projects, discuss our problems, and outline ways to improve.
- NYC School of Data 2017 – Report Back – Video Sessions
- NYC School of Data 2016 – Report Back – Video Sessions
For the last four years, we have been working with various Administration Officials and City Council members to improve the City’s “source code” — we’re talking about the City’s charter, laws, rules, and daily record! You can read more about our advocacy wins via our blog.
Through our partnership with Code for America, our community, aka the New York Brigade, we recruit individuals of all stripes to provide verified, skilled community service. Check out our events, community data portal, or our community discussion portal.