Awesome places I've been able to work at:
Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability
YTI has around 60 technological projects all devoted to disability employment and accessibility. My role involved designing and building administrative tools for these projects in addition to making various bug fixes. This included an automated waitlist system for NYS Case (https://nyscase.org/) that replaced roughly three hours of manual labor and a custom newsletter service with features such as schedule sending emails.
I spent a year as a front-end intern for CMYK, a Brooklyn-based branding agency. I helped develop pages and make bug fixes for several clients sites, including the new website for Mercado Little Spain in Hudson Yards. Additionally, I developed an internal tool that scraped the team's slack and automated the creation of CMYK's weekly newsletter.
Elixir Lab is a social good organization that provides technological solutions for other nonprofits absolutely free of charge. I was the main developer on the website redesign for Next Gen Coders, a tech-ed nonprofit based in the Carbbean.