Hey there Princeton! Get ready for one of the most exciting weekends of the year! From March 30-April 1, 600 brilliant students from close to 100 schools from around the world will gather at Friend Center for 36 incredible hours of learning, designing, and creating.
Whether you’re an experienced hacker or you’ve never taken COS 126, there are many ways you can be involved. Check out all of them below, and if you have any questions, email us at [email protected]
Turn your software and hardware ideas into reality alongside fellow students and mentors from top tech companies. Whether or not you have an idea or a team, we'll give you food and caffeine, laser tag and other mini events, swag and prizes, and more. Come one, come all! Register today at my.hackprinceton.com.
Hundreds of amazing student hackers are coming to campus. Even if you aren’t participating as a hacker, help us host students overnight for the weekend! Sign up at hackprinceton.com/host.
Are you a hackathon veteran looking to share your wisdom? Or a Lab TA looking to help with projects that aren't N-body or KD trees? This is your chance to help others bring their crazy ideas to life.
If you have a particular skill you would like to teach others, we’d love to have you hold a workshop. Some examples of student-led workshops in the past are Android App Development, Intro UI Design, and Intro to HTML and CSS. Visit hackprinceton.com/workshop if you are interested in teaching a 25 minute or 50 minute workshop.
If you’d like to help hackers Lab TA - style and work with them on a variety of different projects, sign up to become a mentor by visiting hackprinceton.com/mentor.
Help make HackPrinceton a success, and give back to the hacker community. Be a volunteer and receive a special t-shirt! Sign up at hackprinceton.com/volunteer.