How can we use technology as a force for good in the not-for-profit sector?
Whether you're a seasoned hacker or this is your first time, we invite you to come up with an innovative solution to real-world issues facing not-for-profit organisations.
Whether you're an undergraduate student studying IT, engineering, maths, science, business, or the creative arts, we believe you have what it takes to collaborate to create out-of-the-box tech solutions. You and your team have the potential to develop solutions that could make a real difference for the not-for-profit organisation you choose and the greater community!
We want to see how YOU can use your skills to bring together technology and your team's collective human ingenuity to help increase the positive impact of these not-for-profits organisations.
Over the weekend (16th-17th January, 2021), your challenge is to build a working prototype to solve a problem provided by one of the not-for-profits.
Keen to get involved? Apply individually and we will put you in a team or get a team of 4 and register today.
Sign up before Sunday, 29th November 2020.