North Carolina State University
"I want to inspire other women in tech to go out there and experiment regardless of what their level of expertise is in the field."
Santa Monica College
"I will have a chance to meet potential future co-founders, meet inspirational women, and create a project that will help me grow as a software developer."
University of Maryland, College Park
"As a non-binary student, I am excited to find a space where I can learn to code and explore opportunities in the tech industry."
Need someone to watch your computer while you go snag another piece of pizza? At SheHacks Boston, each participant will receive a mentor who will provide tech and moral support!
Coding can be hard sometimes, especially when you are trying to teach yourself. At SheHacks Boston, we offer a variety of introductory, intermediate, and advanced workshops for you to learn about the latest technologies in a safe and supportive environment.
Come learn about job and internship opportunities from representatives from local start-ups, non-profits, and Fortune 500 companies.
Join us in exploring how we can use our skills to solve real-world problems through technology.
To learn more about joining as a sponsor, contact Natalie Pienkowska at firstname.lastname@example.org
SheHacks Boston is a great opportunity for start-ups, non-profits, and companies to get direct access to a diverse and rich pool of talent from female students in the Boston Area, for more information contact email@example.com.
Sign up to volunteer at SheHacks Boston and join our community of technologists empowering the next generation of female coders.
Can't attend our hackathon? Don't worry! Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you plan a SheHacks on your campus.