After finishing their classroom education, Code the Dream students work with experienced mentors to develop apps for a wide range of businesses and nonprofits. If you need an app developed and would like to partner with Code the Dream, please fill out our project proposal form.


 Keny Murillo pitches an app idea at Startup Weekend in October.

Keny Murillo pitches an app idea at Startup Weekend in October.

 Code the Dream grads coding a new app at Startup Weekend. The team finished second in the crowd choice voting.   

Code the Dream grads coding a new app at Startup Weekend. The team finished second in the crowd choice voting.

 


Apps developed by our students:


Conectate Carolina:

This app is designed to help farmworkers locate resources in the state of North Carolina. However, it can be accessed by anyone in need of the services that are included on the organizational list. The categories of organizations included in this app are legal, educational, health, and social. Many of the organizations listed in Contectate Carolina directory have an outreach program or offer services geared toward benefiting farmworkers and their families.


Garbage Gears:

The waste industry faces many struggles; one major issue involves tracking pickups and routes. To combat this issue locally, the Garbage Gears app was created. This app allows for companies in the garbage industry to keep track of their customers, routes, and payments. It provides consumers the option to customize when they would like their trash picked up, while showing them different price points for the various packages offered by the waste disposal company.


Preservation Durham:

This app serves as a digital public forum for homeowners in the Durham area. Preservation Durham provides users with the ability to share questions and look for recommendations involving the quality of local, house and garden-related services.


Kidznotes:

Kidznotes is a virtual classroom that allows for better communication among students, teachers, and parents regarding students' involvement and progress with their participation in the local nonprofit Kidznotes' youth orchestras, bands, and choirs. It lessens the responisbiilyt place dupon students to keep up with their music sheets and makes tracking their progress on particular songs and pieces much easier.


Families Together:

Families Together is a nonprofit that works to address the issue of homelessness of families in Wake County. Families Together transitions homeless families into stable housing situations through mentoring, offering housing support,  and connecting families to community resources. This app was created to facilitate coordination between volunteers and clients that are in need of transportation.