We bring together hundreds of high school students from across the Bay Area to work together and make their ideas a reality. We'll provide the food, refreshments and hacking spaces for you. Just bring your ideas and your passion!
HarmonyHacks is a high school hackathon: a 24-hour programming event where students work in teams to make hardware and software projects. This year, we aim to have around 150 attendees with a 1:1 gender ratio.
Any high school student can participate. If you've graduated from high school, you can apply to be a mentor. If you're in middle school, you may be able to participate; please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
Nope! HarmonyHacks is free for all participants—food, swag, and other costs are covered. We may even provide travel reimbursement for select people. Check out our other question about that below!
No worries! We will be hosting workshops with experienced people in the coding industry. Plus, the future is not all coding: public speakers, artists, and even voiceover actors have all participated in hackathons.
Yes, there is! All attendees are required to review and abide by the Digital Ocean Code of Conduct during the event.
Bring a valid student ID, a laptop, chargers, a reusable water bottle (we will not provide plastic bottles). Sleeping bags and toiletries are highly recommended.
Note to sponsors: Contributions to HarmonyHacks are tax-deductible by law.
Thank you for all of your support! The sponsorship package is now available!
Interested in sponsoring to make an impact in the future generation of entrepreneurs and engineers? Contact us at email@example.com
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