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Global Hacks Hackathon: 2022/23

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When

Sunday 11 June 2023 from 1:30am to 4:30am

Global Hacks is hosting a hackathon aimed toward promoting a higher level of education and diversity in STEM for all students across the world. Our goal is to introduce to students professional APIs and tools to inspire them to launch their own ideas and projects to tackle global problems. By bringing together innovative minds and students with an appetite for knowledge, Global Hacks provides the perfect environment for everyone to succeed and grow.

PRIZES

Depending on our generous sponsors and partners, prizes such as amazon gift cards, apple products, and more will be rewarded to the winning teams of the final hackathon.

More information will be released nearing the starting ceremony of the hackathon.

ELIGIBILITY

All students with an appetite for knowledge are welcome to attend! Students and beginners are especially encouraged to participate, as this hackathon will provide the perfect environment and tools to learn and grow. No coding or web development is necessary as workshops will provide you with everything you'll need.

You will be asked to produce proof of student status prior to the event's commencement, ( e.g. student id or student email domain).

Questions, comments, concerns, or inquiries? Contact us at:

contact@globalhacks.net

For more information, please visit: globalhacks.net

Contact event organiser

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