Actions and Detail Panel
Fri, Apr 14, 2017, 12:00 PM – Sat, Apr 15, 2017, 12:00 PM PDT
BroncoHack is a 24 hour competition where teams of students will use their computer programming and business skills to create a program or application centered around a social issue. In teams of 4-6, students will produce and present their projects to a panel of judges in order to win a variety of prizes. This event will challenge teams of varying majors to collaborate in order to provide a solution to a social problem.
Join us for BroncoHack, where you'll have the opportunity to work with the smartest people, build and launch the coolest ideas, and chug more Red Bull that you ever thought possible in hopes of winning up to $3,000 in cash prizes. This is your opportunity to bring your ideas to life! If you need some inspiration to kickstart your project check out this resource created by a few Standford students invested in hacking for extreme affordability.
BroncoHack is open to undergraduate and graduate students from any accredited institution.
Sign up is done individually. If you do not have a team, we will find one for you. We recommend that each group consist of four to five members of different backgrounds in business and engineering/computer science.
Check-in begins an hour before the event, at 11:00am on Friday 4/14.
For more information, please visit http://www.broncohack.net/
**Those that sign up will be automatically entered into a raffle for prize money. Only eligible if at the event.
Tips from the Organizers: Highly advised to sign up for Early Bird, maybe you'll get better raffle prizes . . .
Current Sponsors for BroncoHack 2017: Major League Hacking (MLH), Oracle, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.