Join us in our fifth year of solving pressing social issues using your creativity and code
A hackathon is a time when you and your team come together to construct a cool and inventive project in 24 hours!
All undergraduate and graduate students who can make the trip! A school email is required for registration.
No worries! Hackathons are a great way to develop your skills and see what you can accomplish!
We will require all teams to be comprised of 2-6 people.
No problem! We can link you up with other students at the event who are also looking for teammates.
Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns!
|10:00 AM||Opening Keynote 📝|
|11:30 AM||Tech Talk (Version Control) 🐙|
|12:00 PM||Lunch! 🍲|
|1:30 PM||Tech Talk (Web Scraping & APIs) 🕸|
|3:00 PM||Frisbee Break! ⭕|
|4:30 PM||Tech Talk (Building a Backend with Node.js) 🖥|
|6:00 PM||Dinner 🌯🍴|
|7:00 PM||Tech Talk (TensorFlow Crash Course) 💻|
|9:00 PM||Late Night Live Music 🎤🎸|
|11:00 PM||Super Smash Bros. Tournament 🎮🕹📺|
|12:00 AM||Midnight Smores ⛺🌚|
|7:00 AM||Breakfast is Served! 🍩|
|9:00 AM||Tech Talk (Moving Your App to the Cloud) ⛅|
|11:00 AM||Judging Begins 🤔|
|12:00 PM||Finalist Presentations & Judging 📲|
|1:00 PM||Winners Announced 🏆🎉💯🔥🤑|
If Hack for Humanity’s mission resonates with what you would like to see in your community, we would appreciate any financial support to make our event a success.
This support can be received in any form ranging from funds to subsidized tickets or purchase power for students to continue developing their knowledge of computer science!
Feel free to contact email@example.com if you're interested or if you have questions/concerns!
SymTome is a platform that connects doctors and patients in remote regions. It allows doctors to analyze health trends and distribute themselves in the best way possible when those that are ill far outnumber those who can help. The application is primarily targeted for helping individuals in third world countries who need healthcare.
The application consists of two major components: an Amazon Alexa skill and a web application. In our implementation, the Alexa skill was running on an Amazon echo, but Alexa can run on a variety of platforms, including low-cost single board computers like the Raspberry Pi. The devices running the Alexa skill will be deployed to central areas of remote village, where hopefully everyone can access.
San Jose consists of various objects & areas that you can adopt, however the issue of a lack of adoptions presented by the representative from the city of San Jose seemed to stem from the absence of an easy way to do so. TreesGo aims to make adopting trees in the San Jose area easy and enjoyable by turning the system into a game much like Pokemon Go.
Helping Hand is a mobile application that bridges the communication gap between service organizations and the beneficiaries of those services. When users make an account and login, they can easily see events that interest them and sort by different criteria. The mobile application serves Android, iOS, and any other phone that can send text message queries to our server!
Santa Clara University’s Hack for Humanity believes that the key to its success lies in the support and guidance offered by its mentors. For more information about what it means to be a mentor, please check out this document.
If you’d like to get involved in our hackathon, please sign up here.