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Calling .gov startups: apply for the 2014 Code for America accelerator

The program lasts four months and includes training and mentorship, network and publicity, in-kind services and support and $25,000.

By GovFresh · April 28, 2014

[caption id=”attachment_17647” align=”alignnone” width=”1024”] Photo: Ryan Resella / Code for America[/caption]

Code for America is now accepting applications for its 2014 Civic Startup Accelerator program.

The program lasts four months and includes, according to CfA, training, mentorship, network, publicity, in-kind services, support and $25,000 in funding. Participating startups are expected to convene at CfA’s San Francisco headquarters one week a month from July to October.

“Think about joining us as we work to catalyze the civic technology ecosystem — and to create a government by the people, for the people that works in the 21st century,” said Accelerator Manager Dharmishta Rood announcing the new round.

Application deadline is May 15. For questions, see the FAQs and apply here.