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Ekal Mobile App Building Workshop & Competition

Parveen Minocha
12/01/2017

Ekal Youth Leaders will organize Mobile App Building Workshop and Competition on Dec 9 at Tufts, Medford. These youth leaders are passionate about education, technology and believe in making a difference.

Shanmukha Srinivasan

A veteran Ekal Youth Leader, Shanmukha goes to Austin Prep. He was one of the pioneer and designer of Ekal Appathon, the mobile application building workshop and competition. He partnered with Ayush Upneja and Vikram Pathalam to execute the first Ekal Appathon at BU. He was also a lead for Ekal Appathon in Bedford, NH. He also helped with design and testing of EkalSET 2017, the app build on Thunkable with details of Ekal Annual Event. This app was available for download on Google Play Store.

Neeharika Munjal

Neeharika is a senior at Andover High. She has been Ekal Youth Leader for a couple of years now. She has volunteered for several Ekal projects in New England and also supports Ekal schools financially. She has seen six of the seven New Wonders of the World and all the continents except Antarctica! A member of ‘Girls who code in Java’ in Andover, she does fencing and also loves to play squash. Having participated in Ekal Appathon before, she is looking forward to being on the other side.

Satwik Misra

Ekal Youth Leader, Satwik is a sophomore at Acton Boxborough Regional high school. His hobbies include playing the guitar, karate, video games, and of course a bit of coding, which is why he chose to lead the Ekal Appathon. He is looking forward to coach the participants throughout the process of building their first mobile app.

Sriganesh Srinivasan

A young teen, Sriganesh has a knack for technology! He has supported previous Ekal Appathons. With a gentle heart and big smile, he had the patience to groom kids on a 1-1 basis! A Math geek, he loves problem solving.

All these youth leaders are looking forward to have a great time Dec 9, building mobile applications. They sincerely believe in the power of education and want to make a difference in the lives of kids who are less fortunate. Come and participate in the Mobile App Building Workshp on Dec 9, at Tufts, Medford. More details here:

http://bit.ly/ekalappathon

 

 

 



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