Code for Cause
The first philanthropic hackathon for high-schoolers.
Registration for 2023 is closed but you can still join our email list to get updates about future events!
691 S Milpitas Blvd.December 9, 2023
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What is a philanthropic hackathon?
Solve problems for real businesses and non-profits
Many lack the resources to build high-quality custom tech solutions to meet their needs. That's where you come in. At Code for Cause, you'll be creating solutions that help those that need it most.
What a project might look like
solve food wastage for the 1000th time
help the local Goodwill automate pickups
Note: this is just an example! we'll have 5-10 different tracks like this to choose from!
Organizations you'll be solving for
Goodwill logoInterTeach logoBISV Deca logoStemMadeFun logo
A hackathon you'll remember
$1000 Cash Prize
Besides the grand prize, we’ll have cool tech prizes and internship opportunities for winners in each track!
Cool Swag
Free T-shirts, stickers, and more, all made possible by our wonderful sponsors!
Amazing Food
Lunch & Dinner from:
Chipotle logoPanda Express logo
Beginner Friendly
To help you, mentors from:
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7:30 am
Check-in opens
8:30 am
Opening Ceremony
9:00 am
Hacking Begins!
9:15 am
Workshop: Web Apps with Python using Reflex
9:45 am
Workshop: Web Apps with React
10:15 am
Workshop: Cross-Platform Apps with Flutter
1:00 pm
6:00 pm
7:30 pm
Judging Begins
9:00 pm
Awards Ceremony
Interested? Join Email List!
Registration for 2023 is closed but you can still join our email list to get updates about future events!
When and Where is it?
Code for Cause will be taking place 7:30 AM at the FalconX incubator event space at 691 S Milpitas Blvd. The event will end around 9:00 PM.
What does it cost?
It's completely free!
What to bring?
A laptop, a charger, and a smile!
Who can participate?
Code for Cause is open to all high-schoolers!
Who are the judges?
The judge panel will include multiple executives from top software companies and representatives of the organization that you are solving for.
Do I need a team?
Absolutely not! We’ll have fun icebreakers to help you find a team if you don’t have one. If you do have a team, our max team size is 4.