This article from NPR is a transcript of an interview with a teen who developed an app called “Sit With Us” so students never have to eat alone in the cafeteria. The app gives students the ability to volunteer as ambassadors and provides the opportunity for those with no place to go to find a lunch table and make new friends.Source:
NPR Staff, NPR, September 15. 2016Description:
You’re at a cafeteria, you’ve got your lunch … and then you just don’t know where to sit. You don’t want to sit alone, but you also don’t know who would be friendly and let you sit with them. Sixteen-year-old Natalie Hampton has been there. She’s an 11th-grader from Sherman Oaks, Calif., and the creator of a new app called Sit With Us.Read the full article here!