We collectively organize hackathons to educate today’s youth about the beauty that lies in computer science. Not only do we hope to provide exposure to upcoming technology, but we also hope to facilitate and build stronger connections between the attendees through networking and bonding events. They are a great way for skilled coders to compete and for beginning coders to gain exposure to upcoming technologies. Our hackathons are designed for a wide range of skill levels and cover many trending topics in the world today.
Our third hackathon will have workshops focused around command-line scripting, Github, artificial intelligence, competitive programming prep, FTC robotics, app development, and web development. We will also have a high school panel, a college panel, and two career guest lectures. Our hackathon will feature some extra events such as mini-coding competitions, mentor sessions, and Among Us tournaments.
Anyone in middle school to high school from any country can participate in the event. Participants may have any level coding experience.
Must be registered through our website by the day of the hackathon. Be a current student in the upcoming school year (middle school and high school students are welcome). Must have access to discord and email as communications will be done over these platforms. All hackers must attend at least one guest lecture to be eligible for an award (Please message any officer on discord if you have any special circumstances or question about what the guest lectures are about).
$325 in prizes
Best Environmental Hack
Best Medical Hack
Best Social Good Hack
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
CC2T Hackathon Directors
The project has never been done before or has been approached in a unique way.
The project has a clear, positive impact on society.
The project is coded meaningfully with demonstration of skill and is not too simple. Every possible function of the project has been considered.
Presentation (Video and/or powerpoint)
The presentation is direct and detailed. One could get a clear idea of the project.
The demo created by the students works completely while abiding to all the rules.