Provision Hacks is a 8 day long virtual Hackathon run by high schools pursuing careers in STEM.
The Hackathon will
hosted from July 18-25 2021 where underprivileged students will be given an amazing opportunity
to learn from our
set variety of workshops and build, test, and present projects that help solve socio-economic
issues in the world
now. Our goal is to enrich students with basic STEM skills and have them pursue careers in STEM
in future years.
Here at Provision Hacks, it is our mission to make sure you learn! Even if you haven't written a
single line of code,
you can come to attend and we will be glad to teach you at our workshops.
A hackathon is an event where people can collaborate together to
build awesome projects that involve coding. Hackathons
have very brief workshops that introduce and educate attendees about unique topics in
the tech industry. Attendees can
also form networks amongst people around the world, create new concepts, develop, learn
new things, and have a fun
The hackathon will consist of attendees developing projects or
pitching ideas that are targeted towards solving socio-economic problems. There will
also be a category for the best innovative idea, this category won't have any coding or
finished product involved.The hackathon will consist of attendees developing projects or
pitching ideas that are targeted towards solving
socio-economic problems. There will also be a category for the best innovative idea.
Kids won't be required to finish
their project and are just required to thoroughly think through their innovative idea
along with presenting it to the
Provisionhacks was developed to help children around the world
to get introduced to stem related topics
You don't need to know how to code in order to compete and all you need is the interest
Yes you may work in a team. Your group can have a maximum of
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the STEM
careers (medicine, business, software engineer), coding
languages (basic python, scratch, tinkerCAD, and more), as well as building connections