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Empowr Co


Empowr is building out its next-gen course platform that will be used to teach software development to underserved communities.

Our first course on the platform will be teaching iOS development, and we are looking for a team of volunteers to help build course projects. You don’t have to know iOS development to contribute to these projects; if you have a good idea, you can submit it, and one of our other volunteers will create it.

Projects will be mini-apps that teach a specific area of development. This can be using the Rick and Morty API to display a list of characters, teach students about app architecture, or anything you like.

The only thing we ask is to stay away from too classic examples such as building a calculator.

Upon acceptance, we will give you access to our GitHub repo to post your concrete projects or project ideas.

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About Empowr Co


1201 West Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 2300, Atlanta, GA 30309, US

Mission Statement

Empowr teaches high-paying and in-demand skills to students to create a prosperous and equitable future. By creating a culturally relevant curriculum and working with our partners to ensure all of our students obtain jobs, we end the racial wealth gaps and tear down the systems of inequality.


The royalty program teaches high-paying STEM skills to black high school students. We currently teach iOS development for our program. Students learn the fundamentals of software development using Swift and then design and create iPhone apps. After graduating from our program, our students are put through our recruitment network to secure jobs. The average iOS developer makes about $100,000.

Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
Race & Ethnicity


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Mobile Programming
  • Software Development




  • A couple of hours per week

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