Please sign up at least in pairs to help facilitate team formation. We plan to have teams of 6 students.
Four social challenges about homelessness, the digital health tracker recycling, relief efforts, and education.
144 Hult Master students, 6 teams for each track. Sign up today – It’s a first come first serve!
Students arrive to Fenway. Breakfast coffee and lunch will be provided for the event. ☕
Challengers (partners) talk about their non-profit and social challenges.
It’s game time: Hack For Humanity, guys!
Pitch time. Students present their solutions.
Announcements of the winning teams followed by celebration at Lingo. 🏅
Let’s enjoy some drinks together. At Lingo it will be 5$ for participants 10$ for non participants. 🎉
RecycleHealth – an organization led by a Tufts Professor of Medicine with a PhD in Computer Science to serve underrepresented populations. Refurbished trackers are bing provided to underserved populations to help improve their health and fitness.
Rosie’s Place – the first ever homeless shelter for women in the United States, an advocacy group and educational organization for poor and homeless mothers in the greater Boston area.
Green Hope School – providing pre-primary English language education to children in rural villages. Founded 2011 by university students to assist in the financial, academic, and administrative support of the Green Hope Nursery School in Olgilai Village, Tanzania.
Rethink Relief – an organization headed by an MIT Professor of Mechanical Engineering) to optimize Humanitarian Relief. As part of the MIT D-Lab network, their core team draws on D-lab’s extensive experience in leading innovation trainings in co-design with grassroots communities all over the world.