Bits of Good

What is Bits of Good?

Bits of Good is a student-run Georgia Tech College of Computing organization that connects talented undergraduate software developers with local Atlanta nonprofits to work on projects.

What can Bits of Good do for you?

Bits of Good charters projects that are individually tailored to solve a problem your nonprofit is facing. This may range from redesigning your website to creating new custom web tools to meet your specific needs. Please refer to our “Services We Offer” page for more comprehensive details about what we can build for you. We will work with you to determine a solution that will best address your issue.

What is expected from you?

The most important thing from you is communication. This is especially important at the beginning of the process to ensure that your needs are clearly communicated to the project manager when determining the scope of the project. Beyond this, you should expect at least bi-weekly communication with your project manager to discuss progress and address any questions the development team may have. At the end of the semester we will host a showcase event for all the projects and invite you to be there.

Project Timeline
June                 Project Recruiting
July                  Project Recruiting
August             Define the Project Requirements
September        Development
October            Development
November        Testing & Beta Launch
December        Final Delivery

How can you get involved?

If this sounds like something you would like to get involved with or if you have any questions, please reach out to us at to begin the conversation. The official Fall 2017 application will be released on August 21st. Fill out the Bits of Good interest form to be emailed when the application is released.