REGISTRATION OPEN FOR THE TTSF CIVIC HACKATHON @MakeSchool!
Like all TeenTechSF events, this event is free, but space is limited.
Register now at: 2018-TTSF-Civic-Hack.eventbrit
This year’s theme is “Tech Where You Live.” We’ll be focusing specifically on the opportunity to use technology to solve problems in the communities where we live. Beginner friendly, we’ll have experienced mentors from TeenTechSF and Make School on hand to help turn your tech dreams into reality plus workshops on game design, website & app development, pitch development, electronic circuitry with @MakeyMakey, coding with @Arduino, rapid prototyping with @littleBits, and pitch development. Sign up as a team or make new friends & join a team on the day of the hackathon.
Cool prizes from @MakeyMakey, @littleBits, @LeapMotion, and more!
JOIN US AT THE TTSF PRE-HACKATHON PARTY FOR FIRST-TIME HACKERS @TheMixatSFPL!
Is this your first-time at a hackathon? Want a sneak preview of what happens at a hackathon? TeenTechSF is partnering with The Mix, the SFPL Main Library’s Teen Digital Learning Lab & Maker Space to organize a special event for new hackers.
Register now at: TTSF-Pre-Hack-Party.eventbrite
- Special orientation for new hackers on what to expect at the 2018 TTSF Civic Hackathon @MakeSchool
- Sneak preview of 2018 TTSF Civic Hackathon prompts
- Check out TTSF STEM workshops to help you build tech skills
- Talk with last year’s TTSF Civic Hackathon student winners
- Meet other students who are first-time hackers and join a team over pizza & snacks!
FALL SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
TeenTechSF’s mission is to empower the next generation of tech innovators and civic entrepreneurs. We’re committed to equal access to tech for all teens because diversity fuels innovation. Run by and for teens, all our events are free!
TTSF student leaders matriculate to excellent colleges including Stanford, Harvard, Brown, Carnegie Mellon, MIT, UPenn, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UCLA, and USC and have won many prestigious scholarships.
Here’s a round-up of the scholarships, TTSF student leaders have won over the past five years – your chance to apply for these scholarships is coming up this fall!
Professional Business Women of California ($5,000-$10,000)
Application opens in November: http://pbwc.org/join/scholarsh
If you’d like to join the TeenTechSF student leadership team, we meet the second to the last Saturday of every month from 12pm-2pm at The Mix at SFPL (100 Larkin St, inside the San Francisco Main Library) to organize events like the TeenTechSF Civic Hackathon and conferences at tech companies including Google, Microsoft, and PlayStation or you can contact us for more info at:TeenTechSF@gmail.com.