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Mobile Action Lab Trains Young People to Design, Develop and Market Apps

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Photo of a young woman taking a photo for a paper prototype used to demonstrate the Forage City app.

Asha Richardson takes a photo for a paper prototype video produced to demonstrate the key functions of the Forage City app.

Credit: Youth Radio


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Photo of a young woman seated at computer with the word Video.

A video created by Youth Radio as part of its entry into the Digital Media and Learning competition that pitches the idea of launching the Mobile Action Lab.

Credit: Youth Radio

 

Photo of a young man creating an  app at Mobile Action Lab.

Christian Gonzalez creating an app at Mobile Action Lab.

Credit: Youth Radio


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Photo of young people at the Mobile Action Lab's workshop.

A scene from the Mobile Action Lab's workshop where young people create their own apps.

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