Public Interest Organizations

We understand that organizations' technology needs are comprehensive. We have experience working with public interest organizations on a variety of digital projects ranging from website builds to digital communications strategies. However complex or straightforward your needs may be, we are here to help you develop a plan of action.

In our process, we won’t force you to select into categories that may not fully capture the depth or breadth of your situation. Our goal is to meet you where you are: what your organization is doing, why your work matters, the strategic vision to achieving impact, and what stands in your way. You’re the expert in your work, and we’ll work together to identify opportunities for technology to support your organizational priorities.

Once we've scoped out a project together, we’ll bring in a team of multidisciplinary professionals to tackle your needs.

How It Works

Discovery

(4-6 Weeks)

1. Online Application
2. Phone Screening
3. In-person Planning Meeting

Our three-step discovery process allows us to work alongside you to determine your organization’s needs and goals.

We’ll use this information to recruit the right team of digital professionals to ensure the program produces a high impact, high quality deliverable.




Time Commitment
1 hour/week

Program Execution

(6-8 Weeks)

After we’ve worked with you to identify the project, you’ll meet your Product/Project Manager who will be your main point of contact. They will keep communication channels open, ensure priorities stay aligned, and keep the team on track. This makes the project less stressful and time consuming for you.

You’ll also meet with the entire team to answer any outstanding questions and continue to communicate with the team throughout.


Time Commitment
2-3 hours/week

Evaluation

(2 Weeks)

We’ll evaluate both the impact of the specific project executed based on agreed-upon metrics, as well as the overall Delta.NYC experience. All nonprofit partners are expected to participate in exit interviews and a 3-month post-project check-in.

We will survey and interview nonprofit partners, program participants and PMs to understand where we need to improve. Changes will be applied to the following iteration of the program and findings will be shared with the growing pro bono tech community.

Time Commitment
1 hour/week

2017 Key Dates

Discovery

June 2017
Program Applications Open (Thursday, June 1st)
15-20 minute phone screening
Optional second-round phone screening

July 2017
Delta.NYC partners notified and announced (Friday, July 7th)
In-person planning meeting with Civic Hall Labs

August 2017
Scoping meeting with Product/Project Manager & CHL

Program Execution

August 28th - September 29th
Program kicks off (Monday, August 28th)
PM <> organization weekly check-ins
Labs <> organization weekly check-ins

Monday, October 2nd - Friday, October 6th
In-person presentation and transfer of final deliverables

Evaluation

Monday, October 9th - Friday, October 20th
In-person exit interview with Civic Hall Labs
Program evaluation survey