Join us in our eighth year of solving pressing social issues using your creativity and code
This year, we're going virtual and bringing Hack for Humanity to you!
A hackathon is an opportunity when you and your team come together to construct a cool and inventive project in 24 hours!
We require all teams to be comprised of 2-6 people. This is a great way for you to work with others, and learn about the design process.
No problem! We will help connect you with other students who are also looking for teammates before and during the event.
All undergraduate and graduate students of all majors are welcome! No prior technical experience is required. We'll have mentors and resources to help you along the way.
No worries! Hackathons are a great way to develop your skills and see what you can accomplish.
Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns!
|9:00 AM||Networking Breakfast 🍳✅|
|10:00 AM||Opening Keynote 📝|
|10:30 AM||Team Formation 🤝|
|11:00 AM||Hacking Begins! 💻|
|3:00 PM||Activity Break 1: H4H House Hunt! 🧵|
|4:00 PM||Department of Math & CS LaTeX Workshop 🛠|
|6:00 PM||Activity Break 2: Game Night 🎮🕹📺|
|8:30 PM||Late Night Performers 🎸|
|12:00 AM||Activity Break 3: Midnight Snack 🔥⛺🌚|
|3:30 AM||Activity Break 3.5: Super Late Night Shenanigans 🌙⭐|
|8:00 AM||Activity Break 4: Speed Friending 🏃♀️|
|9:30 AM||Devpost Submission Q&A ❓|
|10:30 AM||DevPost Submissions Due! 📝|
|11:00 AM||Demos and Judging Begin! 🤔|
|12:45 PM||Finalist Presentations 🎤|
|2:00 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 have questions!