Apps for Good
Each year, we rely on the expertise and generosity of volunteers like Nagaraj Talapady from EPAM to support our student Showcase. Nagaraj was part of a panel from EPAM that helped review student projects and provide feedback for them to develop their ideas further. Thank you to Nagaraj and all of our volunteers who make a massive impact on our students through offering guidance on their ideas.
How did you get involved with Apps for Good?
EPAMers were invited to shortlist entries for the Apps for Good showcase. This was the first time I have been involved but I really enjoyed the opportunity to provide constructive feedback to the students – it was simply awesome!
How have you supported Apps for Good students?
I was part of a panel from EPAM that helped review student projects and provide feedback for them to develop their ideas further. I shortlisted over 200 projects and was one of the top shortlisters for Apps for Good across this years’ volunteers.
Read the full blog here: https://www.appsforgood.org/blog/this-volunteers-week-we-hear-from-nagaraj-talapady
Learn more about EPAM empowers students through the power of knowledge here: https://www.epam.com/about/who-we-are/corporate-responsibility/social-responsibility/education