About

WiCHacks is an all-women, 24-hour hackathon hosted by Women in Computing at RIT. A hackathon is a collaborative programming event in which participants create an app, website, game, or other piece of software over the course of the event.

This event is open to all skill levels: from women who haven't programmed at all, to the best women programmers out there, it will be a great day to learn, invent, and create the future!

Essential Info

Location

Date

February 10-11, 2018

Louise Slaughter Hall
Rochester Institute of Technology

 

Getting There

Busses are not being provided at this time. For directions, RIT provides info on getting to RIT.

 

Eligibility

All attendees must be female students currently enrolled at a college or university.

Schedule

We're busy putting together a great weekend of events! Check back in January for our complete schedule.

WiCHacks will take place over a 24 hour period, Saturday into Sunday. Registration will open Saturday morning, with demos and awards the following afternoon.

FAQs

I identify as male. Can I participate?
While boys cannot participate as hackers, we'd love to have you as a volunteer! You can sign up here.
Will you reimburse for travel?
We are unable to provide travel reimburstment.
Can high schoolers participate?
WiCHacks is only accepting college students at this time. Sign up here to be notified if this changes.
What should I bring to WiCHacks?
Your laptop, chargers, and anything else you want to hack on, along with anything for staying overnight!
Does this event cost anything?
Nope! The event is completely free. Be sure to apply in advance to guarantee a spot.
How will I find a team to work with?
If you don't have a team yet, don't fret! There will be a team-formation session immediately after the kick-off.

 

 

Question unanswered?
Email us at [email protected]

Sponsors

 

 

Is your company interested in sponsoring WiCHacks? We would love to talk to you! Please email [email protected] for more information, or view our 2018 information packet.

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