Seidenhack is a three day hackathon for high school students who want to get new skills, meet people, and grab a taste of the Pace University college experience.
Learn to code games, build mobile apps, utilize design thinking, meet the Billion Oyster Project, and work with a team to build and present your ideas. See some of the amazing projects students built in just three days in our last Seidenhack!
Led by Pace University faculty, the hackathon will introduce you to tools such as MIT App Inventor for mobile app development, UNITY for game development, Slack for communication, and Mural for team activities. You will be mentored by Pace University students.
Who can participate?
Seidenhack will be held virtually over Zoom, so it’s open to all students from any high school in the United States!
You do not have to have any prior experience with coding - just the willingness to learn, collaborate with others, and commit to participating at the days and times below.
Registration for the February Hack-a-thon is now closed. Thank you for your interest! Check back in March for the final projects and for future event dates.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org