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  • Posted by Jiaqi Wu /
  • September 05, 2014

Participate in Hacks 4 Humanity: Hackathon on Sept. 20 and Sept. 21 and create technology solutions that address the needs of humanity, in the form of an app, with other members of your community.

Hacks 4 Humanity’s Hackathon is a two day event filled with techies, programmers, developers, humanishackathonts, artists, students, professors, and creative visionaries who are gathered in one place with the same objective: to hack for “Social Good” and build technology solutions to address issues facing humanity.

Hacks 4 Humanity
Saturday, September 20, 2014
7 a.m. –
Sunday, September 21, 2014
7 p.m.
Sun Devil Fitness Complex (SDFCT), Tempe campus [map]

At the Hackathon, participants will form teams comprised of an app developer, graphic designer, and creative visionaries. Teams will develop cutting-edge technology solutions that will solve complex challenges and allow them to engage and innovate in the 7 Principles: forgiveness, respect, kindness, integrity, empathy, self-reflection, and compassion.

You don’t need app or design skills to participate! Every person brings unique value to their teams, even without previous experience. You will meet for a few hours on Saturday to form teams, discuss project guidelines, and begin brainstorming. Teams will then gather again on Sunday for an all-day work session. Food is provided for participants. Apps will be presented to judges on Sunday night, and 3-5 projects will be chosen. Winners will receive sponsored prizes.

In addition to participants, Hacks 4 Humanity is also looking for possible sponsors, connections, volunteers or your expertise. Visit Hacks 4 Humanity’s website for more information.

Sign up by visiting Hacks 4 Humanity’s registration page, or call 323-989-3788 or email for more information.

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