Educatehacks is a hackathon run by students for students. Brought to you by Amogh Ganjikunta, Keevan Leech & Aaryan Chitnis. The Primary theme for this hackathon will be edTech. More details will be released closer to the start date for this event. Sign up now to reserve your place!
Cash prizes and all other prizes will be confirmed shortly. All participants will receive Certificate of Participation.
We are managing registrations and submissions through devpost. Click here to register!
Submissions will open at 12:00 AM EST on April 7th, 2023 and will be accepted until the deadline at 4:30 PM EST on April 9th, 2023
All projects should be submitted to our Devpost Page
EducateHacks will be hosting a LIVE pitching session via zoom. The pitching session will take place on Aptil 9th, 2023 at 5:00 PM EST.
This is a great opportunity for hackers to present their ideas directly to our panel of guest judges! More information about this pitching session will be communicated via email, discord, & posted to our devpost.
Guest speaker event details will be announced closer to the start of the hackathon. Stay tuned!
Projects relevant to the following topics will be accepted:
Design or create a project which solves any real world education issue of your choice. Any project which enhances the educational experience for students/teachers!
Answers to the most frequently asked questions!
The hackathon is open for Students and Professionals from all over the world! EducateHacks is the right place for anyone who's interested in learning, problem solving, innovating and collaborating!01
Registration and participation for EducateHacks is completely free, thanks to support from our sponsors02
The registration process for this hackathon is done through devpost.03
No worries, Interest in learning and working with technology is much more important than your current experience level.04
We are going to announce some really exciting prizes and incentives/guest presenters soon. Stay tuned for further updates!05
Yes! We believe that you’re stronger as a team than apart. You can form teams of 2-6 people. Most teams aim to have a mix of people with both design and development skills.06