Work on real-world problems that social justice organizations face with mentors and experts from the tech and non-profit industry. Are you up for the challenge?
hackDuke is on Saturday, March 29th to Sunday, March 30th. It is hosted on Duke University's West Campus, Gross Hall
We're currently brewing up an application process that involves identifing your interest in the tracks of impact as well as videos from our mentors describing their mission and identifying the issues that they are fighting for in the world. Sit tight!
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 of impact, we would love to have you participate!
Besides, it wouldn't hurt to learn a little bit of programming :)
Anyone! Get to know your fellow programmers better from your own school and from other schools as well!
The only request that we have is that you make a new friend by talking to each other, our mentors and our experts!
We welcome all software and hardware hacks that align to our tracks for impact. We will also have lab space for hardware hackers.
Yes, but there's a little twist! The prizes are donations under your name to our local charities and an awesome hack kitty 3D printed trophy for your team!
These are our tentative tracks:
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!
Heck yeah! There's going to be:
Have a suggestion? Send us a message! :)
Bring your own ethernet cables (or you can just WIFI) and bring any Nerf gun arsenal you have!
Anyone from across the nation is welcome to come! Travel reimbursments will be issued for those who are in need financial aid.
Contact us at email@example.com.