Generation Connect, a York-based business that focuses on connecting senior citizens with modern technology, is working with YCP students to make a difference in elders’ lives.
College students recently seized that opportunity at York College of Pennsylvania’s inaugural hackathon – called YCP Hacks – that brought together young people from across the country for a unique competition focused on innovation.
In the six months that McDevitt, a York College freshman, and Santarelli, a Central York High School junior, have been working out of the J.D. Brown Center, their business has blossomed.
After recently earning his degree in Computer Science from York College of Pennsylvania, Dan Mashuda’s job offers came in from many of the technological hot spots in the country.