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Caravan Studios was named one of three 2017/18 Internship Excellence Award recipients. The Internship Excellence Award is designed to formally recognize a quality internship opportunity for Bryant University students 

that exceeds all others.

We are proud to have been awarded the 2016 Outstanding Employer Award from the University Of Chicago for our intern program.

Cloud technology widens a ripple effect on the ground


"Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup, is a small San Francisco-based nonprofit which creates tech solutions for the greater good. As a modern nonprofit dedicated to providing valuable tools to nonprofits in the fast-paced world of technology, Caravan Studios relies on Microsoft cloud services to grow sustainably, reduce costs and streamline global collaboration."


10 Great Non-Profits Making a Difference in the Tech Sector


"Non-profits aren’t just using technology to help their causes, though. They’re also innovating the tech sector themselves. Take the following ten non-profits, in no particular order, as an example of charitable organizations who are making a difference in the tech sector."


App that Locates Summer Meals Aims to Include Libraries


"Caravan Studios, which created Range, has kicked off an Indiegogo campaign to raise $10,000 that’s running until the end of May. Funds will underwrite the research and work needed to input the addresses, days, and hours of the 17,000 or so public libraries across the country where students can go during the summer."


Insight, inspiration, and intel: what governmental open data offers for entrepreneurs of all kinds


"Caravan Studios CEO Marnie Webb says, “Technology can be very useful in illuminating issues. Technology can help with data analysis, visualizations, making facts available, which can be useful for advocacy, for decision making, for education."


Winners announced for the Partnership for Freedom's "Reimagine: Opportunity" Innovation Challenge


"The Safe Shelter Collaborative will receive $1.17 million to dramatically increase access to appropriate, supportive shelters for survivors of human trafficking. A collaboration between Polaris Project, New Jersey Department of Children and Families, and Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup Global, this project uses technology to locate and provide immediate shelter services for survivors and will increase the amount of shelter available by broadening the base of organizations who can support trafficking survivors."




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