We're excited to announce CarlHacks Gives Back, Carleton College's third national hackathon. This edition of CarlHacks aims to celebrate Carleton College's sesquicentennial year in Northfield by hacking for local nonprofits looking to make technological improvements--projects which aim to assist these organizations will be eligible to win special prizes. Undergrads over the age of 18 from any university in the US are invited to register.
Compete in teams to win exciting prizes and help Northfield's nonprofits improve technology within their organizations
Get one-on-one help from professors and professional developers, engineers, and entrepreneurs
Attend Git and web development courses for beginners, and workshops on advanced topics throughout the event
Chat with major companies and organizations and kickstart your internship or job search
Hack with Oculus Rifts, Pebble watches, Leap Motions, and more from the hardware lab
Eat delicious catered meals, snacks, and of course, drink excessive amounts of coffee
Need a coding break? Take a nap on an air mattress, enjoy our 880-acre arboretum, or participate in one of our exciting mini-events, complete with mini-prizes
Hackers must be over the age of 18 by April 2017, and be currently enrolled in a US undergraduate institution.
Teams can include up to 4 hackers each.
Registration is closed for all non-Carleton College students as of 11:59PM CST on March 1st, 2017.
Carleton College students may submit their registration prior to 11:59PM CST on April 1st, 2017.
Makala is a sophomore CS major at Carleton College. She takes bribes in the form of burritos.
Alyssa is a junior Economics major at Carleton College. She prefers to be called "Coach," spoken with a Minnesotan accent.
Jack is a junior Economics major at Carleton College. He enjoys stealing kills in League of Legends and ordering Domino's pizza.
Shoot us an email at [email protected] if you have any questions, special needs, or if there's anything else we can do to ensure CarlHacks 2017 goes smoothly for you. This is an MLH event, so we request that all attendees abide by the MLH code of conduct, and agree to a photo/video release during registration.