Have you ever had an idea for a new application or an interest in how various apps might be created? Do you like to problem solve and work with teams to develop ideas? Ithaca College is holding our first codethon 4pm Saturday, December 1 until 4pm on Sunday, December 2, 2018.
Similar to the popular hack-a-thons happening around the country, mentors will lend expertise, expose a type of exploratory learning and prepare participants to think critically and outside of a traditional method for approaching problems as you dive into producing a project which will help the community.
The Ithaca College codethon brings anyone with interest in coding together; from beginners interested in learning more to those who have coded for years. This event is FREE and open to high school and college students (ages 15+) and young professionals. Thinkers and Mentors will work together non-stop for 24-hours to create something from nothing. Regardless of your level of coding expertise, join us for a lot of fun, free food, swag, coffee, and prizes!
If you need more information on the Ithaca College codethon, or would like to speak to event organizers about how you can help, please reach out to Dr. Jenna Linskens, Associate Director for Teaching & Learning with Technology by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (607)274-1590.
Event information and pre-registration (required): http://ithaca.edu/code
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Jenna Linskens at email@example.com or (607) 274-1590. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
The IC codethon is also listed on the Ithaca College events page.