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Are you a Stanford student with technical skills who wants to help the community? Subscribe to our mailing list. We send out announcements periodically about new projects; currently available projects and ones we've completed recently are listed below.

TABS members at one of our Projects Day events

Current Projects

Currently available projects are listed below. If you're interested in working on them, email Chris Baer and let him know.

Restaurant Workers' Project web site
The Restaurant Workers' Project raises awareness about the wage an hour law violations that frequently occur at restaurants in the Bay Area. They are affiliated with the Stanford Community Law Clinic, and are looking to create a basic site for their organization.
Skills Required: HTML, graphics design

Stanford Students for Haiti
Moving Mountains: Stanford Students for Haiti aims to educate the Stanford community about Haiti and to promote responsibility to the service of those living in Haiti. They have an existing web site, but want to improve it and offer photo galleries, video/film clips, and information on Haiti and the projects the group has completed there.
Skills Required: HTML, graphics design, PHP/Perl/CGI

Helping out at Projects Day

Engineers for a Sustainable World
The Stanford Chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World connects engineers with developing countries to service their needs, and provide lasting improvements in developing countries. They have a web site right now, but want to revamp it significantly.
Skills Required: HTML, graphics design

Again, if you are interested in any of the above projects please contact Chris Baer. We also have several more projects waiting in the wings; we'll post these once we receive more information from the groups involved.

Recently Completed Projects

Haas Graduate Survey
TABS created an online survey form for the Haas Center here at Stanford that was aimed at graduate students interested in public service.
Stanford Beyond Bars web site
TABS created a web site for the new student group Stanford Beyond Bars, which investigates issues surrounding prisons and inmates and works with similar groups in the area. The site has a blog for members and tutors.
Converge Event Calendar
TABS created an online calendar for posting events and meetings for Converge, a student group that unites all the progressive student groups on campus.
Promoting Women's Health and Human Rights web site
Another new Stanford student group, Promoting Women's Health and Human Rights (PWHHR), needed a web site. We helped them out.
SPOON Revamped Site
The student group SPOON (Stanford Project on Hunger) already had a web site, but it was out of date and did not effectively convey the group's information and mission. We redesigned it.