Are you or your organization interested in connecting with other young people committed to helping others make social change? If you are looking for help in building technological solutions to help your venture take off then you are in luck! Princeton University’s Social Entrepreneurship Initiative is hosting a Random Hacks of Kindness (RHok) event early December and is excited to connect with you!
Last year, Princeton beat out 13 teams at Facebook’s College Hackathon. Their team was particularly inspiring because it was the only team comprised mostly of young woman. How awesome is that!
If you have a technological goal that you would like them to help you with, all you have to do is get in touch with PSEI and craft a problem statement to guide them at the hackathon event to take place on the University’s campus. After creating the problem statement, a representative will go out to work directly with the team. This is an amazing personal and professional opportunity to learn as well as connect with others to make a difference!
The event is coming up on December 1st and 2nd. Act fast to take advantage of this opportunity to make major improvements for your social venture!
You can visit their website here.
Or email PSEI directly at PSEIHackathons@gmail.com
Author: Brianna Fetterley is a new media intern with YWSE. She is a business student at the University of San Francisco with a concentration in entrepreneurship and innovation.