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Black Founders HBCU Hackathon Tour Hits ATL

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If you’re an AUC college student (if you don’t know what the AUC is, this post is not for you here is a Wiki link) and you have an idea for an app or startup, The Black Founders Hackathon Tour @ Black Colleges hits Atlanta Friday, February 8th at Hypepotamus.

The 24-hour event is geared toward African-American college students enrolled at historically black colleges and universities in the Atlanta area who want to:

  • Network and receive mentoring
  • Learn more about mobile app development and the startup culture
  • Group up with other attendees to create a mobile app in 24 hours
  • Win cash & prizes

If addition to competing in the event, sponsors will be in the house looking for talent to possibly join their teams as interns or full-time employees. Even if you don’t know how to code and just want to get involved with the movement (Like I do), all students at any university are welcome to attend (I’m a little too old #Womp).

For more information and details on how to register:

Terrance GainesBlack Founders HBCU Hackathon Tour Hits ATL
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  • Najeema Washington - February 14, 2013

    Hope it was a good event. Any followup?

    BrothaTech - February 14, 2013

    It was pretty nice. Our kids do need more exposure to events like these, because several of them did not know what to expect and came unprepared. But definitely a good start.

    I did an expanded breakdown on Black Enterprise http://techb.ro/WZ5vuM


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