We believe in sustainable, long-term projects that solve community problems. We want your hacks to grow beyond our events and create real impact, and we'll help you get there.
MAHacks is run for high schoolers, by high schoolers. Our goal is to bring together entrepreneurial-minded and tech-savvy students to form projects that last beyond our event. We want to provide new opportunities for all our participants (with some awesome swag on the side :P)
At MAHacks III, you could submit your project in one of our tracks and win the opportunity to meet with professionals in the field that will provide mentorship for growing your hacks into real products and ventures. Our tracks address real problems in the community.
Help solve a problem in the medical industry and you could win the chance to continue your project with Boston Children's Hospital! More information coming soon.
Being high school students ourselves, education is a huge part of our lives. How can we improve current education technologies? How can we get people excited about learning? More information coming soon.
A hackathon is a coding event where students and developers work together to create products and designs. There will be a lot of free stuff, free food, and prizes!
Any high schooler interested is welcome, regardless of skill level! Middle school students are allowed on a case-by-case basis. Unfortunately, we cannot allow parents or teacher chaperones at our venue during the event.
Nothing. Period. There will be workshops, prizes, free swag, free food, and lots of fun, at zero cost to you.
We’ll have workshops to teach anyone the basics of coding - but it’s not required. Teams often need designers, artists, writers and anyone who can contribute. Most teams actually benefit from non-programmers!
Each team is capped at four members. Each team has the option to submit their project for judging.
For the first couple of hours, we will help you network with other students. You can find people you want to work with and make a team on the day of!
Most people come to hackathons with no idea what they’re going to do, and that’s totally fine. We’ll be demoing many company API’s and hardware, and you can work with their products!
You need a photo ID and something to hack with (like your laptop) and its charger. And most importantly, bring friends!
Feel free to email us at info [at] mahacks.com, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
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