IU Serve IT Nonprofit Clinic
Providing students with unique real-world learning experiences while helping local non-profits. That’s the Serve IT model.
Serve IT exists to serve local non-profit organizations with a wide range of technological services provided by a staff of students, faculty, and employees dedicated to furthering the mission of those organizations.
Internship Application is now Live!
The Clinic provides learning opportunities for Indiana University student interns to work in groups helping nonprofit and other public service organizations in the Monroe County area. These interns use technology to provide solutions to real world problems.
Ideal interns will be self-motivated, team oriented, and have a relevant skill set in technology, design, nonprofit management, or business. All student levels are eligible to apply now!
Serve IT offers local non-profit organizations IT resources that can help meet their IT needs. Client applications are open year-round to local non-profits. If you wish to apply, Click Here.
Another Website Goes Live!
Creating new websites for non-profits that will improve their organization is an integral part of the Serve IT experience. This week the experience continued with the Spence Pride website going live!
Last semester Logan Doyle and his team worked with Spencer Pride from Spencer, Indiana to help create a completely new redesigned website, which can be seen here. We are happy to announce that the website is currently live and functioning for the organization!
New Live Websites
As of Friday, January 30, 2015, the B’town Jazz and the Buskirk Chumley websites are now live!
Both website projects were developed during the Fall 2014 semester. The B’town Jazz website was redesigned and member-based features were added. The Buskirk Chumley site was upgraded to improve security and design features.
Laser Tag Social Event
Heather Abbosh, leader of the Teach IT team, and Athina Bikos, leader of the Tech Support team, hosted Serve IT’s first social event on January 29, 2015, at Laser Lite on E 3rd Street. Nine members attended and they played two games. Abbosh said, “It was a fun way to meet and bond with members of Serve IT whom I had never had the chance to talk to before tonight!”
School of Informatics and Computer Science Career Fair
Several Serve IT interns and other Informatics and Computer Science students attended the career fair at the Bloomington Convention Center on Wednesday, January 21st to look for internship and job opportunities.
Kick Off for the Spring 2015 Semester
Serve IT is excited for the new projects we have this semester! We’re all excited for a fresh start and new challenges. Check out the clients we’ll be working with for Spring 2015 here and don’t forget to read the interns’ daily blogs!
Another Great Semester is Wrapped Up
Serve IT just finished up another semester in style, by holding an end-of-the-year banquet to display project and team posters. The clinic was successful in all of the projects taken on. If you want to take a glance at our finished work, check out our Projects Page.