Coding for Community: Civility Hackathon
Date: Saturday, Nov 5th 8:30AM – 5PM
Location: Miller Library Branch
ORGANIZATIONS. Is your organization facing a challenge that could be helped with a technology solution? Tell us about it, and it may become the themed challenge at the Coding for Community Hackathon! Submit your challenge here: http://bit.ly/civility-challenge
STUDENTS. The inaugural Coding for Community Hackathon invites teams of students, innovators, creators, and others to develop ideas and generate solutions for challenges proposed by Choose Civility Alliance Partners and Advocates. Working with mentors from the tech community, teams will have five hours to learn something new and create something awesome. All skill levels are welcome to be involved with this collaborative computer programming event. Whether you program daily, or have never touched code, you can participate!
Teams will compete in one of four divisions:
Middle school (grades 6 – 8)
High school I (grades 9 – 10)
High school II (grades 11 – 12)
College age (18+)
Online registration for students begins in September.
MENTORS. Interested in being a mentor to a team? Contact Tracy Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details to come.
Presented by: Be.A.Coder | Girls Who Code | Howard County Economic Development Authority | Howard County Library System | Howard County Public School System | Howard Tech Council