Let’s admit, 2020 has been a YEAR. We have faced many social, emotional, and environmental challenges this year and it’s time we start writing our future to ignite change. The theme Dear Future Me is about reflecting on our past and acting on our future.
On the weekend of our hackathon, brainstorm and build a project that will impact your future. This project can be a hack to benefit your personal, social, and environmental wellness.
“Future me, I want to recycle more in hopes to reduce my carbon footprint.” Create a hack to spread awareness about climate change! The Environmental track emphasizes how our actions impact the world as individuals and global citizens.
“Future me, I want to empower and support the people around me.” The Social track is focused on helping your community. Projects can be focused on addressing the current Black Lives Matter movement, educating your peers, helping the elderly community.
“Future me, I want to be confident in my own skin and abilities.” The Personal track is about creating a hack that will benefit YOU! Whether this is a health and wellness app, a productivity website, or a robot to help you around the house, the possibilities are endless.
Our event would not be possible without our amazing sponsors and partners. Our supporters come from across North America, and all with the intention to provide technology access to gender-marginalized groups in tech. We provide options to our sponsors to help you get the most out of our event.
Have a topic you're passionate about that you want to share with our community? TechTogether Boston needs your help providing technical, design, and career-focused workshops and talks at our event.
Speak with our community about your experience in the tech field or your personal experience in creating change within the tracks. We accept speakers of all ages and experience levels!
TechTogether Boston needs your help running a smooth event. Volunteers will help on different aspects of the event and coordinate with the organizing team to help hackers have a positive experience.