Major League Hacking 2023 Hackathon Season

ROBOHackIT

October 8-9 2022

Robinson Secondary invites hackers to ROBOHackIT 2022! Let's build innovative solutions that will empower students and bridge gaps in education together.

Innovation in EdTech

ROBOHackIT is a 24 hour online hackathon hosted by James W. Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia. Strap in for an exciting event with guest speakers, workshops, minigames, and prizes! GOAL: Design or code innovative tech solutions for learners all around the world.

TEAM UP!

Come together in teams of up to 4 to spin up a programming solution in under 24 hours!

BUILD

Develop or design innovative projects to advance educational technology!

LEARN

Practice design and development skills and learn from a slew of mentors.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Coming soon!

Mentor @ ROBOHackIT 2022

This could be you! ROBOHackIT needs passionate mentors and speakers to encourage and inspire hackers to innovate!

Coming soon!

Speaker @ ROBOHackIT 2022

If you're interested in being a part of ROBOHackIT 2022, contact us now to get started!

JUDGES

This could be you!

If you're interested in judging projects for ROBOHackIT, contact us to get started!

OUR TEAM

Karsten Assoua

Co-Founder

Ethan Coon

Co-Founder

Cherry Lin

Operations Lead

FAQ

What is a hackathon?


A hackathon is an invention marathon. Students come together to build and design cool software over 24-48 hours. It’s super beginner friendly.

How much does it cost?


Nothing. ROBOHacks is free for everyone!

Do I need to be a student to attend?


Yes. Only students who are currently enrolled at a college/university or have graduated within the past 12 months are eligible to attend.

Where is the hackathon?


ROBOHacks will be entirely digital this year, facilitated by Discord and Devpost.

What is Major League Hacking?


Major League Hacking is the official student hackathon league in North America & Europe. MLH works with over 200 Member Events and empowers over 70,000 students every year.

Is there a code of conduct?


Yes there is, and it’s strictly enforced. You can find it here.