Developh is going on tour!
We're making technology more equitable and teaching students across the Philippines about code and technopreneurship.

What's the tour?

Our tour aims to empower and educate the youth on technology. The Philippines with its digital literacy, strong online presence, and English-speaking population is a perfect target to teach concrete technology skills to enter the youth into the tech pipeline. Today, technology has given us the potential to change the world from our bedrooms—and it’s our job at Developh to ensure that every student realizes that potential within them—and begins creating. We’re equipping students to break barriers and be the founders of today.

On our visits, our student volunteers (and occasionally some guests we bring along) handle everything. Participants are expected to enter the session with ideas and exit having made something. We host workshops, have talks, and finish off our days with pitch presentations with the ultimate goal of engaging students even after our visits.



Students

Come and teach with us! No previous experience is required, just a love for equality and education. We'll give you the necessary training and resources to get up to speed. Bring along your friends because this is a fully-funded opportunity whether you're teaching with us in Metro Manila or joining us around the country!

Join the Group

For updates, get on the group and answer any questions so we can keep track of your interest.

Teachers

We'd love to stop by your institution. Our outreaches are 4-5 hour activities or 90-120 minute workshops that we cater to your school environment, conducted entirely by our student volunteers. We'd love to talk to you about visiting and how we can further engage and sustain interest in tech even after the visit.

Read the Primer Fill the form

Fill the form and we'll get back to you within three days. We're available for visits anytime May to August.



What to expect

As to what happens, our full outreaches last about four to five hours, including workshops, talks, pitching sessions, and an overview on how students can connect and take their learnings onward to engage themselves through tech even after the workshop. We'll be filming, building, sharing, and thinking about the screen and the world around us.

 Workshops on tech and design

 Talks on trends and career

 Building for social impact

 Taught by students, for students

 Pitches and presentations

 A community and family!

Oh, yeah also...

Biggest thing: we're also working on a documentary to highlight the disparity in access to technology and how proper use of tech can bridge that gap instead of further it.
Students who join us on tour pick up valuable skills, both technical and real-world as we learn about education, equality, and bridging tech to problems that we may not even realize.

Meet the teachers

Say hello to the students who are joining us on our tour!

Denzel
Paranaque City, Manila
Taught himself how to read in Japanese and Korean

Chia
New Haven, Connecticut
Misses the Carpenters (the duo) and Modern Baseball

Nick
Taytay, Rizal
He was once a maker in the Manila Mini Maker Fair 2018

France
Metro Manila
Skipped school to finish the last season of Gossip Girl

Miggy
Imus, Cavite
He can play the piano, but he never sings

Daveigh
Butuan, Agusan del Norte
Fun fact: Is a big fan of
figure skating!

Joan
Davao City
Guilty pleasure is collecting shoes

Kirsten
Quezon City
"Accidentally" generated a 21TB file on a 256GB laptop

Jeth
Tayabas, Quezon
To him, CS and economics will always be love

Aria
Pasig, Metro Manila


Sean
Tacloban City
Cut off the internet from a school building

Roland
Quezon City
Accidentally ran a test script on production environment

Tin
Quezon City
Loves the smell after
the rain!

Glen
Quezon City
Enjoys meeting
new people :)

Ian
Cabadbaran City
Performs in concerts in his bathroom!



Join Us?

About Developh

We're at a unique point in time where groundbreaking things can be launched from a bedroom—it's time for us to harness that. We're a student-run nonprofit organization working to make technology more accessible in the hands of students across the developing world, nurturing student founders, developers, designers, and changemakers. Our initiatives span education and innovation: beginning from exposure and outreach to helping students launch tangible, impact-oriented ventures in their communities. Since our founding in 2016, we've impacted over 60,000 students in over fifteen countries.