2018 CBusStudentHack – Coding for Community!

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“I would like to say how much I appreciated the opportunity to compete. At first, I was certainly only interested in the competition because of the rewards available, but as development progressed I found that programming on this scale was something I really enjoyed. So, thank you for giving me the spark I needed to realize how much I enjoyed programming. Even since the competition, I have worked further on the app in hopes of one day releasing it to the app store. Additionally, this competition gave me the chance to build my resume, which has been becoming increasingly important over the past year.  I sincerely hope that this competition continues in the oncoming years, as I would like to be part of it every year.” 

– Jayden Toomer (MeTrio)

Peacebuilding Hackathon for a Better Community!

CBusStudentHack is a 7-week programming contest organized by Franklin University  for approximately 150+ High School students around the Central Ohio region. The event aims at promoting computer science education and providing High School students with 21st century skills needed for college and career readiness. A kickoff event will take place on March 16, 2018, with a judging and awards ceremony on April 27, 2018. Participating teams will focus on developing mobile applications associated with “peacebuilding and conflict resolution for a better community”, and will use an approved application development tool.

Please register your school and team(s) by clicking on the link below: