A social good hackathon is a gathering event for all doers committed to solving important problems in the world. The event is limited in time and scope, with the ultimate purpose to discover new and effective ways to overcome an existing hurdle.
Rhode Island high school students in grades 9-12. All expertise needed: creatives, writers, techies and athletes—all working together to identify a Solution2Pollution. No coding or prior Hackathon experience required!
Friday, November 15th 4:30-9:00 p.m. & Saturday, November 16th doors open 7:30 and pitch presentations kicking off at 5:00 p.m.
Registration opens August 15, 2019
Pollution is one of the United Nations Global Challenges. Pollution may cause disease, allergies, and harm humans, animals, food crop and the environment. Rhode Island’s next generation is stepping up to discover innovative solutions to reduce local and global causes of Pollution.
“Hack for Global Good is a powerful opportunity to engage young, motivated individuals to assess and address real, global environmental challenges. Equal parts science project, policy development, and business proposal, the Hack provides participants with an intensive team-building opportunity to collaborate on creative, inspirational solutions with real potential to benefit humanity.”
– Hank Webster, Acadia
Rocky Hill School is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and the host of Hack for Global Good 2019. Your donation allows students from across Rhode Island to engage and experience learning opportunities not otherwise available to them.
Rhode Island Statewide Hackathon
To launch a statewide initiative that exposes High School students to 21st Century Skills during a real world scenario.
To develop learning modules that incorporate innovation and entrepreneurship exposing RI students and teachers to new ideas, opportunities, and an innovator's mindset.
Hack for Global Good
Hosted by Rocky Hill School
530 Ives Rd.
East Greenwich, RI 02818