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THANKS FOR ATTENDING SOCIAL HACKS 2017!

Check out projects submissions here.




About

Social Hacks is a 24-hour, student-run hackathon that brings together students, programmers,technologists, and activists in New York City to collaborate on technological solutions to the toughest challenges that humanity faces today—poverty, climate change, global health, cybersecurity, and more!

Want to know more about Social Hacks? Feel free to shoot us an email at socialhacksnyc@gmail.com or reach out to us on our Facebook.

Winners

Read about the winners of Social Hacks. For more info about the other wonderful projects submitted, check them out here!

DementiaHelper

Best Overall Hack

Helps people with dementia to navigate easily from place to place

DevpostGitHub

Social Hacks: Mental Health

Best Mental Health Hack

An interactive story meant to crush misconceptions

DevpostGitHub

Blind re•cruit

Best Inequality Hack

Removing pre-conceived biases in the job application process

DevpostGitHub

Crystal Boy: Lore of Fossil Fuels

Best Environment Hack

Ever saw an educational game with an interactive storyline?

DevpostGitHub

Sponsors

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Want to sponsor us? Shoot us an email at socialhacksnyc@gmail.com!

Staff

Aidan Fitzgerald

Cornell University

Founder & Executive Director, Sponsorships, Social Media, Hacker Experience

Jie Yu (Amy) Xu

Stuyvesant High School

Executive Director, Sponsorships, Logistics & Food, Hacker Experience

Le Si Qu

Stony Brook University

Co-Founder & Executive Director, Hacker Experience

Michelle Lam

New York University

Branding, Logistics & Food

Hue Anh Huynh

Fordham University

Photography, Logistics & Food

Jenny Huang

Bronx High School of Science

Photography, Video, Hacker Experience


All of us have pledged to abide by and enforce the Code of Conduct. If you are harassed or notice any harassment at Social Hacks, you may contact any person listed above or email the team at socialhacksnyc@gmail.com.

Promotional Support by

Justin Oh

Cornell University