What is HSHacks?
HSHacks, a project of Hacker Fund
, is the biggest high school hackathon in the world. 24 hours, with workshops, activities, mentors, awesome swag and anything you can think of.
What is a hackathon?
You bring the ideas, we help turned them to reality. A Hackathon is where participants (aka Hackers) spend 24 hours working together to create awesome projects. We will be providing you with people from the industry, food and a bunch of activities to give you the power of coding.
What if I can't code?
Then you are in the right spot! We will have workshops and mentors on site to be there to help you. Plus, you'll have 24 hours to build your dream app.
Who can participate?
All high school students are invited to come regardless of coding knowledge and skill. If you are not in high school, you are welcome to mentor!
What if I don't have an idea or team?
No worries! Most of the hackers come here without an idea or team, we will be having activities at the beginning of the event so that you can brainstorm ideas and meet people.
What if I have another question?
Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Who runs HSHacks?
HSHacks is run by high school students in the Bay Area. Find out more in our profiling in our social media!
Where is HSHacks?
42 US is a tuition-free coding school that has just opened its doors this year in Fremont, California. Our founding branch is located in Paris, France and has been operating with great success since 2013. 42’s mission is to undercover the talents of this generation in the field of programming, and to do so on a broad scale. To achieve this, 42 is giving all young people an opportunity - students are selected neither on the basis of financial ability nor educational degree, but solely on their talent and motivation.
Since this is a charitable and educational event powered by Hacker Fund, all attendees must abide by the rules and guidelines set in the Hacker Fund Event Participant Packet.