Hey High School and College Students! 

Are you interested in learning more about technology and improving your CS skills? Look no further, Elevate Tech has you covered!

We’re bringing back Elevate Hacks in August! Elevate Hacks is Elevate Tech’s beginner-friendly virtual #hackathon for #highschool and #college students of underrepresented gender identities (female and non-binary individuals). We encourage hackers to grow their tech skills with our inclusive, supportive community and we are passionate about addressing and combating disparities in #technology! 

Last summer, Elevate Hacks had 650+ attendees and 50+ project submissions! This year, we aim to increase our impact and uplift even more hackers, regardless of experience level! Join us in August as we #BlastOff and reach new heights with Elevate Hacks II with a chance to win really cool prizes! 

When you register, you have the chance to win one of four giveaways for $25 Starbucks and Amazon giftcards or a Polaroid camera!

Register on Eventbrite: https://elevatehacks-ii.eventbrite.com

Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/5Scu3HW7CZ

View our website: https://elevatetech.codes/elevatehacks2.html

Hackathon Sponsors

Prizes

$3,265 in prizes

First Place

iPad Minis

Second Place

apple watch series 3

Third Place

AirPods

Best Social Good

Kindle Paperwhite

Best Edtech Hack

Drones

Best Pitch

JBL Speakers

Best Beginner Hack

Echo Dot

Best Design

Hydroflasks

Raffles (4)

$25 giftcards to Amazon and Starbucks

More Coming Soon!

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Judges

Aanvi Koolwal
Director @ElevateTech

Uditi Sharma

Uditi Sharma
Director @ElevateTech

Alina Shesterikova
Senior Design Expert @Veon

Pavel Terenin
Senior Software Engineer @Juniper Square

Denis Matveyev

Denis Matveyev
System Administrator/DevOps @Ignitia AB

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    Did this hack do something new or take a new approach to an existing solution? How original is the concept and execution of the hack?
  • Practicality
    How practical is the hack? Does it solve a real-world problem?
  • Design
    How user friendly, intuitive and accessible is your hack?
  • Complexity
    How technically complex was your hack? Did you face difficulties implementing it?
  • Presentation
    How did you present your app? Did you explain the technical complexities while also making it easy to follow?

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