Seidenhack 2020: Hack the Oysters
Who’s ready to hack? Join us for the first ever Seidenhack - a three day hackathon for high school students who want to get new skills, meet people, and grab a taste of the Pace University college experience!
Held over December 4th-6th, 2020, Seidenhack will involve learning to code games, build mobile apps, use design thinking, learn about the Billion Oyster Project, and work with a team to present your ideas!
Led by Pace University faculty Dr. Christelle Scharff, and Professors Carmine Guide and Dhruvil Gandhi, the hackathon will introduce students to tools such as MIT App Inventor for mobile app development and UNITY for game development, Slack for communication, and Mural for team activities.
Register for Seidenhack 2020 now!
Who can participate?
Seidenhack 2020 will be held virtually over Zoom, so you are welcome to apply if you are a student from any high school in the United States!
You do not have to have any prior experience with coding - just the willingness to learn, collaborate with others, and commit to participating at the days and times below.
Please note that this is a competitive program, so apply soon.
Schedule and applying
All times are in EST.
Orientation: Dec 1st 5pm-7pm
Dec 4th: 5pm to 7pm
Dec 5th: 10am to 12pm & 2pm to 5pm
Dec 6th: 11am to 2pm
Registration closes November 22 at midnight. A confirmation email will be sent out to participants shortly before the hackathon is scheduled to start.
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