Balsamiq Sponsorships Update for July 2020
While it would be nice to see each other in person again, for the foreseeable future we at Balsamiq are making a conscious effort to exclusively support virtual events. We’re so fortunate we live in a time where this option is available to us!
Though it can be hard to stay home when the weather is warm, we hope you’ll prioritize your health and the health of those around you and choose to only participate in online conferences for now.
"BridgeHacks is a hackathon with a mission to build a bridge to a better world through technology! We invite middle schoolers and high schoolers (including class of 2020) to attend our FREE 48-hour online hackathon on July 17, 2020, to put their skills to the test, learn new skills, network with professionals in the industry and students that share similar interests, gain hands on experience, and explore the world of technology."
"What is SET.Hacks()? A fully-online, people-focused, 24-hour hackathon that brings people together to solve the world’s biggest problems. With the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting many internships, post-secondary studies, and many student-oriented STEM opportunities, our hackathon aims to give you the power to create even during a time of crisis."
"GirlCon is an annual Chicago-based event that is taking place in mid-July. We focus on how technology is a huge factor in EVERY career field, whether it be science, fashion, or anything that students are passionate about. The lack of diversity in STEM is a big issue that everyone on the GirlCon team is striving to fix. The attendees will have a chance to personally connect with companies from many different career paths and gain advice from women in both college and the workforce."
"We bring those at the forefront of CX together, providing an outlet for thought sharing, leading to change & growth! Each speaker shares their INCREDIBLE insight from case study examples, ensuring our attendees walk away with actionable tactics and strategies that can be implemented straight away. Our focus is on uniting leading minds, generating unrivalled learning experiences, creating passionate discussion and actual transformation."
"At Flare hacks we want students from around the United States to come together, form teams, and create a project over the duration of 24 hours. We are hoping to See many amazing projects the attendees come up with! Here at Flare Hacks, we don't want to put any restrictions, build whatever your heart desires. Just make sure you have FUN!"
"With the world facing an unprecedented challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic, people all around the world have been affected like never before. We thank those on the frontlines, from doctors and nurses to sanitation workers, who are doing everything they can to keep the world running as smoothly as possible. We want to help in any way we can — which is why we’re calling on the creators, hackers, and innovators of the world to band together and help those in need. Just hack away, and let us help you bring your ideas to life!"
"ByteHacks is a student-led hackathon that will allow students to create mobile apps, 3D apps, websites, or other projects that solve real-world problems. It aims to spark an interest in technology and problem-solving within middle and high school students."
"Our hackathon aims to inspire more students of our generation to get involved and find an interest in technology and engineering even through this pandemic. We want to help promote teamwork, innovation, creativity, and collaboration to encourage students to create solutions to problems in our world. Because TaroHacks is an online hackathon, allowing students from all over the world and country to participate, but our team is based in Santa Clara, California."
"This event is designed for young and inquisitive minds in grades 5 through 8 that allows these students to explore the world of STEM with a great variety of hands-on activities to partake in. Guest speakers are invited to speak to the children about their professional STEM careers and where their passion can guide them. Sparkin’ STEM enables these young, like-minded individuals to interact with each other in a positive and inclusive learning environment."
"Spectra is passionate about bringing together students and professionals in tech from all around the world. Our events offer attendees a safe and inviting environment to experiment with technology at any experience level. Join us on August 8-9, 2020 for a virtual hackathon for underrepresented genders and communities in tech! Apply now to claim your spot! Come learn new skills, inspire one another, and build long-lasting connections at Spectra 4.0!"
"The SPARK Hackathon is one of the largest-student run hackathons in the GTA for high school students. On arrival, participants will be given a topic for which they can program, develop, design and pitch their end product to a panel of judges. Along with that, there will be different activities run throughout the 24 hours and participants will be able to work with like-minded individuals towards one common goal. SPARK 2019 will feature a panel discussion, workshops, company booths, and more! We aim to spark a love of STEM and learning in all participants!"
"AlbanyHacks is an online hackathon coming to the Capital Region this August. It’ll bring together students for a fun weekend of invention, coding, and learning. We will have t-shirts, swag, mentors, judges, and free food at the event. Students that come will first form teams, then brainstorm ideas, and try to implement a prototype of their idea for the rest of the event. At the end of the event, judges will determine who will be the winners, and they will receive prizes."
"Garuda Hacks is an international 36-hour virtual hackathon where the world's greatest talents will compete to solve Indonesia's most pressing challenges using technology. Win various prizes, receive certificates, and get prioritized job applications at Indonesia's top technology companies. Free and open to everyone all over the globe."
"Women make up over 50% of the population, but only earn 18% of computer science bachelor's degrees in the United States. TecHacks is a hackathon aiming to bridge that gender gap by enabling female students to find a passion in computer science and problem solving, while creating a supportive environment of other like-minded females to compete and work with. This year we are going virtual! Girls from all over the world have a chance to code, compete, connect and win prizes."
"Some of our communities' biggest problems are solved by nonprofits staffed almost entirely by volunteers. Their work deserves the best design, marketing, and technology, but these are far too often out of reach of these impactful organizations. Most nonprofits don't have the resources, time, or know-how to design and develop the things it could take us just a day to create. So for 12 hours, we gather the best designers and developers to work on projects for the most impactful organizations in the most creative and purposeful communities around the globe."
"EcoHacks is a Non-Profit Organization that is hosting a 24 hour online hackathon intended to give an opportunity to High School students to explore STEM (Science,Technology, Engineering, Math) based extracurricular activities along with helping their business and marketing skills grow. EcoHacks will focus on projects that are related to the environment. We encourage everyone to join our hackathon, even if you don't have any programming experience because we want everyone to learn something new."
"We're here to nurture an entrepreneurial spirit in high school girls by providing a foundation for idea exploration and implementation through workshops in design, coding, marketing, and many other real industry skills. This makeathon gives access to mentorship and an online platform for girls to meet female founders, discuss solutions, and dream big with one another. To launch their own startups. Font Femme encourages young women to take the leap and start their own initiatives."
Stay safe and keep learning! We’ll be in touch again next month.