Penn Labs is hiring!

Calling all developers, tinkerers, hackers, and coders!

Reasons you’d be interested:

  • Develop a variety of technical skills by working on challenging projects
  • Work on impactful projects that thousands of students will use
  • Join a community of talented, collaborative developers
  • Work with other organizations on campus, including the UA and the DP
  • Get paid!

We’re looking for student developers who:

  • have technical experience (especially with mobile)
  • are passionate about building for students
  • have a desire to work on new projects and learn new technical skills

Please fill out the short application here. Applications will close Saturday, September 26, at midnight.

Questions? Email us at

PennMobile goes open source!

The official Penn mobile app for iOS and Android is now available on GitHub

After a year in development and release, PennMobile is now being open sourced to the general public! With over a thousand active users, PennMobile continues to grow and we’d like to get your input. We all make mistakes, so don’t hesitate to report a bug or make a fix—we’ll take a look at it ASAP. The apps are licensed under the MIT license, and you can check them out on the iOS and Android project pages.

Interested in more Labs open source projects? Visit our GitHub page today!