We're a student group that's committed to using our technical skills to help people and do social good. We partner student teams with nonprofits to build technological products that further their missions.

Pilot Project

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How can I help?

Join us! If you're a student, we'd love to have you on one of our teams. If you're an alum, we'd love to have you as an alum mentor for one of our groups.


We're connecting with nonprofits through OvioHub and are reaching out to orgs in the local community and to the LA city government to find new groups we can help and projects we can take on.

TechReach Project Proposal Form for Nonprofits


We currently have 60+ students signed up as part of TechReach and will be organizing them into groups based on skill-sets. We're looking for people who:

  • Have some experience with coding. You don't have to be an expert or check off a list of specific skills, but you should be comfortable with programming.
  • Can commit ~ 3-4 hours a week on average
  • Feel comfortable working in groups.

TechReach Project Team Member Interest Form for Current Caltech Students


We're reaching out to Caltech alums to find mentors for each team who can help guide groups through the project-planning process and serve as a technical resource. We're looking for people who:

  • Have some CS-related technical project management experience.
  • Have worked directly with interns or early-career individuals in the past.
  • Can commit ~ 2-3 hours a week on average.

TechReach Project Interest Form for Mentors

TechReach was started in Fall 2018 by three undergrads passionate about applying their computer science knowledge to the nonprofit sector. We're excited to expand beyond our initial pilot project and increase our impact on the community.Contact TechReach

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