Joshua Lee and Brandon Liu received their Resolution Fellowships in 2012 for Tech in the World. This venture identifies top computer science students, in both technical talent and leadership capacity, and sends them in teams to develop software software solutions at overseas sites to activate new social entrepreneurs and help meet a sore need for programming/web-savvy talent in the non-profit and international development world. After its pilot year in 2013, the program was integrated into the Harvard College Developers for Development, an undergraduate student organization that aims to build a community for social impact in international development. To date, approximately 16 fellows have participated in the program with partnerships with local health organizations in Tanzania and Peru.
Read Fellow Brendan Liu's report and key takeaways learned from the pilot year of Tech in the World in Tanzania.