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HackDuke is about

1.
Collaboration, not competition
HackDuke is not just about building meaningful projects. It's also an open forum to discuss, share and bring to life ideas that aim to make a positive impact on social issues. Look forward to working with experts from non-profits and coding alongside mentors from tech companies!
2.
Exploring the intersection between technology and social good
HackDuke welcomes anyone who has passion. If you don’t know how to code, fret not! We are open to people of all majors who are interested in how technology can be used to promote social change.
3.
Giving back
HackDuke encourages students to venture beyond the classroom. Learn how your skills can be used to make a difference other people’s lives.
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FAQ

What can I make?

We welcome all software and hardware hacks that align to our tracks for impact. We will also have lab space for hardware hackers.

Anything I should remember to bring?

Bring your own ethernet cables (or you can just WIFI) and bring any Nerf gun arsenal you have!

Who can participate?

As long as you're a student (undergraduate or graduate), you're free to participate! If you're a new grad, we'd love to have you too.

If you want to be a mentor, see here!

Travel?

Anyone from across the nation is welcome to come! Travel reimbursements will be issued for those who are in need financial aid.

How do I get in touch?

Contact us at hackers@hackduke.org.

When? Where?

HackDuke is on Saturday, November 15th to Sunday, November 16th. It is hosted on Duke University's West Campus, CIEMAS.

I don't know how to program, can I still attend?

Of course! HackDuke is for people who are interested in applying the power of technology to solve an issue in the world or create an impact. If you are an expert in one of the tracks, we would love to have you participate!

Besides, it wouldn't hurt to learn a little bit of programming :)

Who can I work with?

Anyone! Get to know your fellow programmers better from your own and other schools!

The only request that we have is that you make a new friend by talking to each other, our mentors and our experts!

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