An opportunity to use our diverse talents and perspectives to create better tech-for-good solutions.
About this Event
Join us online on May 8th for a convening of our tech-for-good community. It’s a chance to get inspired, imagine a better future, and contribute your talent to projects that need your help.
Open Seattle, Code for PDX and DemocracyLab are partnering to create this virtual hackathon event focused on helping tech-for-good projects make incremental progress toward their long-term goals. Projects will need coders, designers, researchers, project managers, subject matter experts, test users, and just ordinary people. Bring your creativity, your collaborative spirit, and a smile to share.
Check out the projects we're recruiting to participate on DemocracyLab, and feel free to reach out to project leaders now to start preparing for the event.
This hackathon will continue the momentum from our previous sixteen events. Check out these stories to get a sense of what to expect.
The agenda for May 8th is (all times Pacific):
8:30 Join and Explore the Meeting Space
9:00 Welcome and Overview
9:15 Project Pitches and Team Formation
12:00 Lunch and Learn with All of Us from the National Institutes of Health
4:00 Project Presentations
5:00 Closing Comments and Adjourn
Special Requests: We will strive to address all accommodations for participants with special needs, including accessibility requirements, dietary restrictions, or other requests within reason. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Recording Disclosure: Your registration constitutes permission to use photos, audio, and video recording taken in the online event space for educational and promotional purposes. If you would prefer to not be included in photos or videos, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your request.