September 14 (Saturday)
Our Fall 2019 high school hackathon is aimed to mobilize the next generation of programmers, engineers, and scientists to solve real-world problems pertaining to the environment, ocean conservation, sustainability, clean energy, and urban agriculture!
Create projects, compete for prizes, learn at workshops, and attend our environmental panel!
A hackathon is an event where programmers, engineers, designers, and entrepreneurs come together to build an amazing project in 24-hours. We provide the venue and food, you bring the creativity. Be prepared to learn, build something amazing, and meet new people! All projects will be judged based on creativity, technical difficulty, and polish. You may enter in multiple award categories for a chance to win multiple prizes!
The theme for this year's hackathon is the environment, ocean conservation, sustainability, clean energy, or urban agriculture! You must use one of these themes in your projects to be eligible for prizes!
If you will be a high school student during Fall 2019, you can attend! If you are younger or older, feel free to email us to work something out!
h2hacks encourages students of all levels to come! We will have workshops throughout the hackathon as well as mentors available to answer any of your questions.
You should bring your student ID, laptop, phone, chargers, as well as any other hardware or materials you may need for your projects.
In the beginning, we’ll have a team formation session to make sure you’re not alone. You may also come with a team. Only teams of 2-4 will be eligible for prizes
Thanks to our generous sponsors, h2hacks Fall 2019 is completely free for all of our attendees. This will include free t-shirts, food, swag, and prizes!
Your creativity is the limit! You are welcome to create games, apps, websites, hardware devices, and more! Keep in mind all projects must be based on our theme to be eligible for prizes!
Feel free to send us an email at email@example.com! All participants must abide by the MLH Code of Conduct.
Ryan Lee, a senior at Great Neck South High School, has always dreamed of making an impact on the world. Whether it be by creating projects in his free time, providing STEM education opportunities for other students, or contributing to environmental nonprofit organizations, Ryan is always looking to give back to his community!Ryan Lee
Director of Marketing/Graphics
Alice is a rising junior from Long Island who is passionate about computer science and art. She is excited to see the different ways computer science and engineering can be used to make a positive difference in the fight to protect the planet.Alice Liu
Director of Technology
Michael Guerrero, a rising senior from Urban Assembly Gateway School for Technology, has always wanted to be able to make a change with coding. Michael has attended multiple hackathons and other events to expand his skills and help create software that will help the communities around him!Michael Guerrero
Director of Logistics
Director of Public Relations
Dylan is the Public Relations Director at h2hacks. Previously worked as the Public Relations Director at the "Francis Lewis High School Science Olympiad", and various organizations. He is a computer enthusiast, and has recently found his passion in computer programming after having taken a computer science course on edx.Dylan Nicolay
Director of Programming
Davesh Valagolam is a junior at Jericho High School and enjoys working with technology, such as 3D Printers and robots. He also enjoys to code mobile applications in React Native and has published a couple in the Google Play Store and App Store.Davesh123