Enriching education, work experience and community connections are the goals of Apparo’s partnership with University of North Carolina Charlotte.
In partnership with United Way of Central Carolinas, Apparo has kicked off a Technology Education and Mentorship Pilot Program for a group of 10 Unite Charlotte nonprofits.
Apparo’s Chief Technology Thought Partner, Stephanie McKee, spoke recently at TechImpact’s TechForward conference. Enjoy her presentation: “The Long Term Pivot: When Remote Delivery Wins”
Through Apparo’s Tech Therapy program, we were able to help Digi-Bridge make their Robotic Showcase a reality.
Francene Marie interviewed Kim Lanphear, CEO of Apparo and Aaron Randolph the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Carolina Youth Coalition. They spoke about the Mission Possible Award program, sponsored by Accenture. The Francene Marie Show airs on: 6am – 7am Saturday Kiss 95.1 WNKS-FM 5am – 6am Saturday V101.9 WBAV-FM 6am – 7am […]
WBTV recently featured our Mission Possible program and 2021 winner, Carolina Youth Coalition.
Enjoy two articles published in Business North Carolina about Apparo Community Impact Projects with Duke Energy and Bank of America.
A huge thank you to The Compass Group for their donation of 100 Dell laptops to Apparo (valued at $40,000), which we have had refurbished by E2D students and are now donating to nonprofits across Charlotte.
As winners of Apparo’s 2020 Mission Possible Award, A Better World will receive $50,000 of pro bono consulting and $10,000 in cash from Accenture for the selection and implementation of a new data management system.
Working with Apparo, Duke Energy assessed Charlotte Pride’s technology use and provided a plan with recommendations for improvement.