K-12 students interested in collaborating with MIT App Inventor should participate through our global community at https://community.appinventor.mit.edu. We do not have opportunities for K-12 students to join the MIT project as interns.
Our team has research opportunities for undergraduates at MIT, Harvard and Wellesley College through MIT’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. Unfortunately, we’re not currently able to consider applicants from outside of these three institutions. Please contact email@example.com for more information and be mindful of the application deadlines at this website. Please review the following document for guidelines on our expectations for new team members.
Enrolled MIT graduate students interested in working with the investigators on the MIT App Inventor should contact Prof. Hal Abelson (firstname.lastname@example.org). Other prospective students need to be admitted to MIT before joining App Inventor and should apply through the department appropriate to their discipline.
Individuals external to MIT are welcome to contribute to App Inventor development via our open source repository on GitHub. Organizations interested in collaborating on MIT App Inventor in another capacity, please see Collaborating with MIT App Inventor. You may also participate in our global community at https://community.appinventor.mit.edu.
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To get started with contributing to the MIT App Inventor source code, please take a look at the following resources:
When emailing the contact, please indicate that you are interested in a development project and include a résumé.
See above in roles.
Any student can do research in conjunction with development or education. If you are external to the above institutions and would like to conduct research with MIT App Inventor, please read more about potential research collaborations and our affiliates program here.
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