Pre-Collegiate scholars, age 13 - 19, watch and learn web and mobile application development for end devices and prepare to make presentations during actual tech conferences and legitimate hackathons.Go to Twitter!
Creating a website or a mobile app or putting together a robot is one of the most exciting ways for attendes to expand their horizons, spark an interest in computer science, and to create something from their active imagination.Go to Facebook!
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Interested sponsors should note the teenagers plan all activities and conduct official or formal meetings under close supervision by Rauhmel Fox.
Whenever possible, the students prefer to visit your company in advance so they can learn the technology and present it to their peers in a format that makes sense to them.
Example: PayPal, Inc. hosted Teen Hackathon℠ overnight at its Town Hall in San Jose, California for 300 attendees.
Teen Hackathon℠ activites occur every week. The program is student-led and meetings are at 3007 19th Avenue in San Francisco, CA. Parents give consent for Rauhmel Fox to be the avuncular mentor of their kids.