We are an organization of passionate UC Berkeley students who develop web and mobile applications for non-profit organizations. As a member, you will join a family of fellow students working to use our education and skills to make the world a better place.

Developer Application Process

  • Infosessions
    Jan 9

    Email team@calbluprint.org if you have any questions regarding our recruitment process.

  • Applications Due
    Jan 20

    Fill out the online application. Our inital cuts will be based on the application and will be emailed out ASAP. The deadline is January 20th at 11:59 PM.

  • Interviews
    Jan 27
    Jan 28

    The final step in the application process, we really want to feel your passion for social good in person. Final decisions will be announced from this event.

Decision Criteria

If we could, we would accept every applicant but unfortunately we cannot manage the volume of people and administrative overhead while still fulfilling our mission to the best of our abilities. The following criteria are what we use to evaluate applicants.

  • Passion

    This is the single most important criteria. Do you demonstrate a genuine passion for social good?


  • Skill

    Do you have the necessary skills to productively contribute to the mission?


  • Experience

    Do you have relevant work experience? Volunteering experience?


  • Attitude

    Do you demonstrate positive, hard-working attitude?


  • Teamwork

    Do you display the ability to work well in a team?


  • Culture

    Will you get along well with the rest of Blueprint? We’re sure you will!


FAQ

What is Blueprint's project structure? (+)

Blueprint's project structure consists of 4-5 project teams, each with a project leader and 4 developers on the team. Each project team is in charge of creating technology resources for a specific non-profit they work with.

How are client team interactions conducted? (+)

The client and the project leader communicate on a weekly basis to ensure the project’s progress. Meetings occur throughout the project engagement, beginning with at least one mandatory project scoping meeting with the project leader at the onset. A formal midpoint presentation will be given in Week 5 of the engagement, and the final recommendation will be delivered at a final presentation in Week 10.

What resources does Blueprint have to ensure success? (+)

Our club recruits some of the most hard-working, passionate, and brightest students at UC Berkeley, just like you. Through effective leadership, frequent check-ins, and an organized project timeline set with our clients, we hope that the combination of talent, dedication, and care will result in projects that benefit the non-profits we work with.

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