October 27 @ 1:00 pm - October 28 @ 5:00 pmFree
2017 REACH Hackathon
The REACH Hackathon is an opportunity for young leaders in the fields of science, technology, business, and public health to come together and develop communication tools, using information technology, to address public health problems and promote physical activities in Omaha’s African-American communities.
Get your team together and register!
Register by September 30, 2017
What is REACH Hackathon?
HS-MACA Hackathon was developed to provide an opportunity for young leaders in the fields of software development, business, and public health to collaborate and create tangible solutions for chronic illness, by means of physical activity. We aim to inspire students in the various fields to apply their gifts and capabilities towards real world health disparities challenges.
Who is invited?
Creighton University’s Health Sciences and Multicultural Affairs (HS-MACA) will be exploring solutions to chronic illness using technology through hosting a public health-based, health inequality hackathon. We wish to invite all Creighton University, Eastern Washington University School of Public Health Spokane, University of Nebraska School of Public Health and University of Nebraska-Omaha students to be part of this program, for we believe it will be a unique way to connect individuals of mixed backgrounds and education to create applicable solutions to public health problems.
Register to Participate in the Hackathon
Register as an individual or a team up to 3 people. The team should contain a represenative who can serve as the product’s developer, the buisness role, and marketing.
Register to Attend the Hackathon
Whether you are supporting a registered team or looking to learn more about the participants, make sure get a ticket to attend this major event!
Advertise your organization, sponsor an event, serve as a mentor. Sponsorship options are available for donations of all levels. Contact HS-MACA for more information.