#HackTheViolence Hackathon 2: Goodie Hack For Developers

Organized by Goodie Nation
Atlanta Tech Village, Atlanta
From Nov 17th 2017
To Nov 19th 2017
See the website

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#HackTheViolence Goodie Hack For Developers Hackathon  

Sponsored By Digital Crafts & Amplify 4 Good

Friday, November 17th - Sunday, November 19th, 2017 

Here’s the deal. Way too many people in the United States are affected by violence each year. But Goodie Innovation Lab: Hack The Violence is meant to change that. It is a 4 month social impact pre-accelerator where founders see their ideas about ways to combat violence get turned into reality.

This Coding Hackathon, Phase III in the program, is a 48 hour experience where developers donate their talent, and join the teams of these founders in an effort to turn their clickable prototypes that combat violence into working products.

This is your chance to help those impacted by violence, and possibly win $1,000. It’s a mashup of social good, tech, entrepreneurship and highly-skilled people, and, quite possibly, the coolest community service project you’ll ever experience. Register and join our community of changemakers today!

Join One of These Teams:

Disrupting The School-To-Prison Pipeline

Beyond The Classroom: B2B tool that allows after-school programs focused on 3rd-4th graders to connect with professionals to assist students with project-based learning and personal development.

Village: kid-friendly iPad chatbot that helps elementary school-aged boys identify and reflect on their emotions.

TeachX: Like a Task Rabbit or Handy app for teachers and school administrators. Helps them book professionals to talk to students with discipline violations as well as help teachers with instruction and administrative tasks.

Tribe Talk: UX-friendly way to match mentors with at-risk youth ages 16-24.

 

Mental Health

Fly Life: preventing teenage girls from self-harm with an app

Amiglo: chatbot to help undergraduate international college students cope with depression.

 

Abuse & Assault

Defense On Go: helps women avoid dating domestic abusers.

Intercept: web-based communications platform that will tie together groups working in the anti-human trafficking community. Think LinkedIn for anti-human trafficking.

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Community Partners: WeWork, Women Who Code, CS + Social Good @ GA Tech, Technologists of Color, Uber, Bits of Good, and many more.

Prizes: $1,000 for the Winning Team  | $500 (2nd Place) | $250 (3rd Place)

Judges: Jake Hadden (Digital Crafts), Sean Williams (TechBridge), Leslie Caceda (ARC), Cecili Reid, and Will Madison (Pivotal Labs)

Questions: Please email info@goodienation.org

:: Key Details & Expections ::

At Goodie Nation, we specialize in going from “conversation to solution” in a short of time. And more importantly, our sense of urgency comes from the fact that people are suffering until the problems are solved. Under-served communities across the country need you to come up with awesome minimum viable products. To that end, please keep the following in mind:

+Your team's objective is to deliver a clickable prototype, logo, landing page, revenue model, and user acquisition strategy for these college founders who have accepted the calling to be a hero

+Dress Code = Our focus is impact…not impress people. Dress comfortably.

+Check-In: It is UBER important that you check-in on time

+Admission is complimentary.

+Complimentary food and drinks are provided

+Bring your own laptops, phone chargers, tablets, etc.

+Share with your network, and encourage them to attend. Have a voice in the solutions for your community

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:: Agenda - Friday, November 17th ::

6:30pm: Check-in / Food / Networking

7pm: Opening Remarks + Pitches from Founders

8pm: Team Selections

8:30pm: Hacking Begins

Midnight: Day 1 Ends

:: Agenda - Saturday, November 18th ::

8am: Teams Arrive + Continue Hacking (Breakfast Provided)

12pm: Working Lunch (Provided)

5pm: Working Dinner (Provided)

11pm: Day 2 Ends

:: Agenda - Sunday, November 19th ::

9am: Teams Arrive + Continue Hacking (Breakfast Provided)

12pm: Working Lunch (Provided)

4pm: Pitch Competition Begins

7pm: Day 3 Ends

 :: FAQ's ::

 +Do I need to be an expert to participate on a team? Nope. Our hackathons are for all skill levels. In fact, hackathons are a great way to practice. We’re all one big family working together to solve problems.

+Who owns the intellectual property of the ideas? The teams formed at Goodie Ideation (and turned into legal entities) own the intellectual property

+Can I pitch my own idea to be branded/prototype at Goodie Hack? As part of The Process, all those who pitch ideas are required to attend our design thinking workshop, Goodie Ideation.

+Does Goodie Nation provide funding as part of the program? Nope, but we do provide a ton of complimentary resources. It’s about $10,000 worth of value per team.

+What should I bring into the event? Please bring laptops, phones, chargers, etc. as well as any speciality food items you may require.

+How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please send an email to info@goodienation.org

+Where do I park? Atlanta Tech Village has a paid parking deck attached to it. There is also a parking deck 1 block down the street. Also, we encourage using Uber.

About DigitalCrafts: Accelerated School for Software Engineering DigitalCrafts is the top-rated coding bootcamp in Atlanta and Houston, and is amongst the best-reviewed programming schools in the country. Our programs are intensive classroom experiences, transforming beginners into full stack software engineers with cutting edge skill sets, project portfolios, interview training, and career support. We also offer rotating, evening electives for current students and alumni as an additional perk of joining our network. Learn more at www.digitalcrafts.com

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