Open Volunteer Position: Mobile App Developer

Team Info:

ServiceSpace Tech TeamServiceSpace is an all volunteer-run organization that leverages technology to inspire greater volunteerism. It's a space to explore our own relationship with service and our interconnection with the rest of the world. ServiceSpace allows our inherent generosity to blossom out into small acts of service for the community around us. It's a space to learn how outer change is closely tied to our own inner transformation. It's about changing ourselves, to change the world.

 

Volunteer Role:

Mobile App Developer
ServiceSpace is going mobile! We're looking for a React-Native developer for a small mobile app project. If you know anything about React-Native, we’d love your help with setting up a dual iOS/Android project. Key components of the project are a notification service, in-app views/settings, and communicating with the ServiceSpace backend. If you’re interested or have any questions, please reach out to us.

 

More Context:

We are looking to design mobile apps that help foster habits around the values of kindness, generosity, and service.

 

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