Nardin is excited to announce that Hack-a-thon is taking place on Friday, October 29th in the new gym and is open to all Nardin Middle and High School students.
Organizers are in need of help obtaining sponsorships, gathering mentors and judges, and organizing workshops. If you are interested in helping, please fill out the following form: https://www.nardin.org/academics/technology/hackathon or contact Pam Healy, Nardin High School computer science department chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nardin-Hacks is an annual 12-hour hackathon for Middle and High School students for all skill levels. Through Nardin-Hacks we hope to strengthen community ties, provide a space and time for students to make headway on problems that are meaningful to them and inspire exploration, learn new skills, and grow while collaborating with others.
At Nardin-Hacks, students have the opportunity to be mentored by industry professionals (project managers, software engineers, designers, entrepreneurs and more) for a 12-hour invention marathon. We aim to provide an invaluable real-world experiences for our students.
The goal is for an event that will kick start community or global focused projects while creating accessible computer science opportunities for Nardin students. We strive to foster a strong, inclusive community. Whether this is a student's first hackathon fourth, all will be included and supported, and a portion of time is dedicated to team building.
Nardin-Hacks stretches students' skills and imagination, allowing all to take risks in an open and supportive atmosphere.
Nardin-Hacks has an open structure. Students are free to work on their projects for the whole time, or students can choose to attend one of many workshops.
Thanks to our generous donors and sponsors we are able to not only offer admittance free of charge, but also offer prizes for our top teams and team raffle prizes every hour!