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Hack Your Future

Build lots of fun small projects, meet potential employers and have fun at Hack Your Future

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Hack Your way Up the Career Ladder!

Build lots of fun small projects, meet potential employers and have fun at Hack Your Future new experimental careers event run by Hacksmiths, the Computing Department and the Careers Department. Answer as many of our 75 challenges as possible in 4 hours - some are difficult, others are silly, but all of them will earn you points (and points mean prizes). If you have questions, email [email protected]

When

13 Feb 2019
14:00 - 18:00 Wednesday

Where

St James Hatcham Building
Goldsmiths, University of London
London,
SE14 6AD

Twitter

#hackYourFuture

This event is supported by

goldsmiths
doc
goldsu
careers
twilio
amex
kin
ttgames

As a student-run society, we rely on the generosity of organisations to run our events. If you'd like to support this event, please get in touch.


FAQ

What is Hack Your Future?

Hack Your Future will be made up of a set of challenges that you and your team work to complete. Each of the Challenges has a set amount of points. Completing challenges earns more points for you and your team. The team with the most points at the end of the event wins.

What kind of challenges will there be?

There will be a mix of challenges of varying difficulties. Some will be focussed around career development, tech skills and a few silly ones just for fun.

What should I bring?

All participants will need to bring their laptop, charger(s) and any other devices they wish to work on.

How much does it cost?

We want to make this event accessible for everyone, so there is no charge to enter. To make this possible, we need sponsorship. If you are interested in supporting, please get in touch.

Who is this event for?

Anyone! You do not need to be a student to attend this event. We will work to ensure that there is a diverse range of people, and this includes academic status.

Who is running this event?

This event is run by Hacksmiths - the student-run tech society at Goldsmiths.

Do I need a team?

You don’t need a team to take part; it’s perfectly acceptable to create a solo project. However, during the event itself, there will be opportunities to share ideas and connect with your fellow hackers to form a team. As organisers, we’ll do our best to encourage and facilitate teamwork across the weekend.

What's the deal with food?

Snacks will be provided at the event. All dietary requirements will be considered and catered for - please make sure you provide this information upon registering.

Is there a Code of Conduct?

Yes, and you must agree to it before attending. You can find it here.

Can I come if I'm under 18?

Not to this one, sorry.

I have another question

Please contact Kevin Lewis on [email protected].


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Becoming a member as a Goldsmiths student not only gives you access to all of our events, but also gives you the ability to have a say and vote in our annual general meeting.

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