About this event
WOMEN IN TECH DEMO DAYS PRESENTED BY CAPITAL ONE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ANGELHACK
STEP 1: BUILD AN APP THAT SUPPORTS WOMEN AND GIRLS IN TECH
STEP 2: DEMO YOUR PROJECT IN FRONT OF PROMINENT INDUSTRY LEADERS
STEP 3: WALK AWAY WITH A $10K GENERAL ASSEMBLY SCHOLARSHIP FOR YOUR TEAM PLUS THE NONPROFIT PARTNER WILL GET A 15K GRANT IN YOUR HONOR.
At Capital One, we know it’s vital to use innovation and talent for the greater good, and we invest in our communities so that more people have access to the technology they need to succeed in the 21st century.
*All proceeds from registration fees will be donated to the nonprofit partner at each site.
- SWAG BAG
Each attendee will receive a custom swag bag from Capital One
- GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Each winning team will receive a scholarship to General Assembly valued at $10,000 combined to put toward t...
The winning team will also have $15,000 donated in their honor to a nonprofit that supports leadership and ...
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
6:30-8:30 pm Pre-Demo Day Virtual Session via WebEx WebEx links: https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/meetings/join?uuid=M5ORGC6W3J7CPZUJ6ZAH1HKIRF-MDA9 Meeting Number: 195 168 422 Audio Connection: 195 168 422
Saturday, October 29, 2016
8:00am Doors Open & Breakfast
9:30am: Opening Remarks (Introduction)
--Capital One Welcome
--Nonprofit Talk & Welcome
--Intro to the day, logistics & instructions
10:00am: Science Fair Pitches Begin, with mentors circulating and providing feedback
12:00pm: Lunch / Speaker Panel
1:00pm: Teams refine their products and pitches
2:00pm: Demos Begin
3:30pm: Judges’ Deliberation / Keynote Speaker
4:00pm: Winners Announced & End Event
Plano (Girls, Inc.): Use your technical skills to create a project that capture's the daily experiences of a girl in America. Showcase individual stories through digital diaries, letters, testimoni...
Plano (Girls, Inc.): Use your technical skills to create a project that capture's the daily experiences of a girl in America. Showcase individual stories through digital diaries, letters, testimonials, poems, etc. The goal is to use technology to better comprehend the challenges and joys that make up girlhood, so that these stories can reach a wider audience. We believe that by showcasing these unique stories potential mentors will want to positively impact girls’ lives and help them reach their fullest potential. We are looking for a tool that can help share stories from girls, alumnae, volunteers, parents, donors and teachers.
Here is a link to the Participation Agreement