Thank you to everyone who attended! Hack Camp 2017 was a huge success and we're looking forward to seeing you next year!
Have you ever wondered how to make a website? Do you want to learn more about coding? Hack Camp is the way to go!
Hack Camp will be taught by Mason Hack Club volunteers and organizers, all of whom have experience in programming and web design.
The morning session of Hack Camp will be running from 7:30am to 12pm, June 27th to June 30th.
The afternoon session of Hack Camp, which is currently full, will be running from 12:30pm to 5pm, June 27th to June 30th.
Hack Camp will be held at Cengage Learning's Mason location.
Address: 5191 Natorp Blvd, Mason, OH 45040 (behind the Chick-fil-A on Mason-Montgomery).
Hack Camp costs $125 for the four-day program, and all payments will go through your EZPay account.
Hack Camp is open to Mason students! Specifically, we're targeting incoming 6th graders to incoming 9th graders. If you're older and interested in attending, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring your laptop to code on! If you cannot bring one every day, then please email email@example.com and we will do our best to make arrangements. Mason Hack Club will also be providing snacks every day and a water bottle for water, but feel free to bring your own.
Dalton is the webmaster for Mason Hack Club & Mason ACM and the finance director for Mason Hack Club. He's been programming for two years now and has done an internship with the City of Mason's IT Department. Outside of school he likes reading and working on his car, a 1963 Mercury Comet.
Alan is a director and lead organizer of Mason Hack Club. He began programming two years ago and has been working ever since to introduce code to the community. Whenever he isn't coding or working with Hack Club, he runs cross country and play soccer.
Annie is the co-founder and outreach director of Mason Hack Club. She’s passionate about spreading interest in STEM in the community, and is excited to teach kids how to code. She’s experimented with many different programming languages (including Java, Swift, and HTML), and she’s always ready to learn more. When she’s not coding, you can find Annie napping, building robots, or dining at Ikea.
All of our organizers & volunteers are members of the Mason High School Hack Club. Mason Hack Club is a student-run chapter of Hack Club, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that brings coding clubs to high schools around the world.
For some people, the word "hack" is associated with things like breaking into bank accounts. However, that's not really hacking. When we say hack, we mean finding a creative solution to a problem (think of life hacks!) using technology--no banks involved!
We'll be taking you through a course where you learn to create your very own website. After that, you'll have the opportunity to split into groups and design a website to market a product! We'll be including fun, non-coding activities to keep you moving.
Great! The curriculum we've designed puts new coders in mind. We have tutorials to walk you through getting set up, and our volunteers will be there to help you