Online Hackathon for High School and Middle School Students!
We started as the first High School Hackathon in Michigan, with the goal of bringing together both experienced and beginner programmers. We want to encourage students everywhere to develop skills in computer science by creating tangible products that they're proud of. In addition, we would like to encourage students to learn a new skill or become more familiarized with the field of computer science through our workshops!
This year, we're happy to announce that NHacks 2020 will be held online! Submissions will be held through devpost, and workshops will be conducted through Zoom. Remeber to signup at our google form to register and join our discord to receive important updates and to find teammates. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at: email@example.com
Event Schedule (all times are in EST)
|8/22 2pm||Hackathon starts: start coding!|
|8/22 3:30pm||Past organizers panel|
|8/22 4pm||Intro to Java, concurrent with Intro to Python and EchoAR: building a AR/VR App in 15 minutes or less|
|8/22 5pm||Intro to iOS, concurrent with Intro to Android|
|8/22 6pm||Intro to Web Development, concurrent with Intro to CAD|
|8/22 7pm||Women in STEM Panel|
|8/23 12pm||UX Design Workshop|
|8/23 1pm||Business Ventures Keynote|
|8/23 2pm||Learning CS as an International Student Keynote|
|8/23 3:30pm||GirlGenius Keynote|
|8/23 8pm||Submissions due|
$8,656 in prizes
Most Advanced Technique
Amazon Echo Dot (one per team member)
Most Useful in Real Life
Camera Drone (one per team member)
Fully Wireless Waterproof Earbuds (one per team member)
Best CAD design
Free Custom 3D printed design (one per team member)
Google Chromecast (2 maximum)
Top 15 Projects (15)
6 Months of 1Password
$50 Amazon Gift Card for Best Project using the EchoAR API
KuzoClass - Most Market Ready Startup
Free spot in the KuzoClass Program for up to 5 individuals.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Any high school or middle school student is eligible to compete (above the age of 13), including rising college freshman.
Anyone fitting those requirements are allowed to attend workshops and compete, but only those in the US may receive prizes.
Submissions may be made individually or in teams of maximum size 4.
A (maximum) 5 minute demo of the product
The completion of the devpost submission page
How unique is your product?
How difficult was it to make? What was the level of technical skill needed?
How well does your product reflect the initial idea?