BE believes in helping its community.
Over the years, BE has volunteered to help the next generation with its technology education.
2017 eMerge Hackathon
BE's sponsored team of middle-school students competed in the 2017 eMerge hackathon. BE's 4-month training program allowed the middle school students to compete against professional developers for the $10,000 prize. BE's team placed 11 out of the 25 teams competing in the hackathon, with it's Cruise Music Mix application.
2016 eMerge Hackathon
BE took it's first team of middle-school students to the eMerge Hackathon. The team received "Honorable Mention" for their Chemistry Cat application.
The City of Miami, Parks and Recreation
As part of their summer camp at Peacock Park, BE took a group of elementary students taught them how to use photo-editing, video-editing, and video game development software.
BE sponsored the MUTT Club. The club taught students to use mix music, use digital photography, photo-editing software, video-editing software, and video game development.
Hour of Code
Every year BE participates in providing at least one hour of coding to every 5th grade student at CWK8. Over 200 students are introduced to the concepts of logical thinking and app development.