BroncoHack is a 24-hour hackathon that encourages students to build a technical project related to social justice.

BroncoHack is a 24-hour hackathon that gives participants the chance to gather a team and compete to build a project this is not only technically innovative but also addresses a social justice issue. The event will be held in Lucas Hall, Santa Clara University's business school, and we will be providing free meals, snacks, swag, and a cash prize of thousands of dollars, all for free! 

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Prizes

$3,000 in prizes

1st Place

2nd place

3rd place

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Must be a college student or have graduated in the last year. Must be at least 18 years old.

Judges

Michele Samorani

Michele Samorani

Karla Callahan

Karla Callahan

Jon Mullen

Jon Mullen

Judging Criteria

  • Business
    1. Feasibility - Is the idea practical? Would people use the app? 2. Business model - Did the group present a viable business model 3. Market Research - Did the group present convincing research that supports the real world need for their application?
  • Technology
    1. Innovation 2. Functionality 3. Technical Difficulty 4. User Experience
  • Social Justice
    1. Addressing a Real World Problem 2. Potential Impact