Expo Hacks is a high school hackathon—a 12-hour programming event where students work in teams to make various software projects. When the hackathon starts feel free to design, code, and build anything you want! You’ll also be able to check out the arts component of the event towards the end of the hackathon.
Any high school student can participate. If you've graduated from high school, please contact us if you’re interested in being a mentor.
There will be a session at the beginning of the hackathon for you to meet others and form teams. Each team may have a maximum of four (4) people. You will also be invited to our slack one week before the event starts.
Bring a valid student ID, a laptop, chargers, and power strips. A chill area will be provided.
No problem! If you have dietary restrictions, simply add them to your application when you sign up, and we will accommodate for you! Additionally, each meal will have vegetarian options for everyone.
Expo Hacks is run by a talented group of high school students in the Tri-Valley.
|8:00 AM||Registration + Networking Session||Outside Gym|
|8:30 AM||Opening Ceremonies - Keynote: Dave Selinger||Gym|
|9:00 AM||Hacking Begins||Everywhere|
|12:30 PM||Lunch||Outside Gym|
|5:00 PM||How to Pitch Workshop||Gym|
|6:00 PM||Hacking Ends/Dinner/Judging||Judging:Gym, Dinner: Outside Gym|
|7:30 PM||Announce Winners||Gym|
|8:00 PM||Hacking Ends||Gym|