We value our community and are passionate about supporting local charities. At 1904labs, we empower our employees to contribute to these organizations in a variety of ways; through giving of their time, talents or treasures by allowing 10% of the work week to be dedicated to community projects.
1904labs formed Lifting The Lou to raise awareness for local community-minded organizations in their effort to eradicate poverty and create prosperity in other areas of St. Louis.
Lift For Life Academy is an exciting learning community where students, staff and families work together to assure that every student soars to lifelong excellence in academics and character.
By removing barriers to employment and education, Mission: St. Louis is fostering social and economic mobility for everyone through relationships and opportunity.
St. Patrick Center provides opportunities for self-sufficiency and dignity to the unhoused or those at risk of homelessness.
What started as a personal passion for one 1904labs employee has turned into an annual event for the company with the MS150 cycling event. The 1904labs riders are called the MVP for Minimum Viable Peddlers.
PotBangerz is a St. Louis based family of community leaders who fight injustice by uplifting the community, meeting nutritional needs, helping unhoused families navigate their way to permanent housing, and advocating for them when they need it the most.
The 1904coders program is a 10-week session that enables middle school students to develop their own smartphone applications and have fun in the process!
Hours with Experts is a free course that looks to grow the Big Data ecosystem in St. Louis by helping individuals learn about the Big Data space or transition to new careers as Data Engineers.
1904labs allows employees to grow both professionally and personally while making a meaningful difference for our client and community.
This past May, students had the opportunity to display the apps they came up with then, built at the1904Coders Talent Showcase held at the Central Library. Over the course of the spring semester, volunteers from 1904labs met with 6th to 8th graders and assisted them in developing a mobile app. Each class focuses on the fundamentals of software design and development techniques. By the end of the very first session, students build their own working app!
1904labs recently hosted 18 Ali Academy scholars participating in Real Work Days summer camp. During their visit, students ages 9 through 16 took part in interactive sessions to learn best practices for building slide decks and how to create their own smartphone app.