Organized by BellHacks
Bellarmine College Preparatory, San Jose
Jan 26th 2020
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BellHacks, programming club at Bellarmine College Preparatory is hosting second annual all day ( 8 AM -8 PM ) hackathon at Bellarmine College Preparatory Student Life Center on Sunday January 26th, 2020. 

Open to high school students and 8th graders. No entree fee.

Breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshment will be served.

Our second annual health and medicine focused hackathon called HealthHack2 is open to high school students & 8th graders. 

Participants will be working in 3-4 member team on coding challenges in the health and medicine field in specific areas (e.g. lifestyle, insurance, primary care, awareness, scientific developement etc) with problems that need to be solved. Mentors and volunteers will be there to help.

Project idea presentation will happen during first hour of the hackathon, allowing teams to understand problems in the healthcare field and pick ones to develop solutions to for the rest of the hackathon. You are welcome to come up with specific challenge idea and pitch your ideas. 

We will follow MLH code of conduct.

All projects must be done during the hackathon and submitted by 6 PM.

Judging starts at 6:10 PM when teams will present their projects.

Winner annoucement 7:30 PM

Judges will award the top three teams based on their programs/applications’ creativity and complexity as well as factoring in how well the programs/applications can solve the problems the teams were trying to solve ; adherence to the theme of the event.

Register and have fun defining and solving coding challenge!!

You  may form the team or join one on the day of hackathon after individually signing up. 

What to bring : Your Student ID, Signed Waiver (will be emailed), fully charged laptop, power cord.

BellHacks Team

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