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Hack The School with GSU’s CEO Hackathon

by Taylor Erwin

CEO Hacks is a 24-hour hackathon for GSU Students. The theme for the upcoming CEO Hacks event is “Hack The School,” where participants create hacks to improve the college life. Come test your skills in an intense and fast-paced environment. You’ll join a team that comes up with an idea for a tech-enabled company that helps solve a problem on college campuses. The top teams will move on to a pitch competition and an after party to decompress. How cool is that! This is your chance to have fun, meet cool people, make something cool and possibly win awesome prizes, all in 24 hours.

Check out the details and RSVP today!

October 24-25, 2015
Starts @ 11am both days

Georgia State University
Aderhold Building 60
Luckie St NW

About GSU Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization: 

CEO is Georgia State University’s student-run entrepreneurship organization. Their mission is to spread the entrepreneurial spirit throughout Georgia State and the city of Atlanta. Aside from helping students start and grow businesses, they like to have fun and make things. With that in mind, it only makes sense that they bring a hackathon to Georgia State.

About GSU Hackseries:

CEO Hacks is one in a series of hackathons produced by GSU HACKS SERIES.

GSU Hacks Series is an ongoing series of focused hackathons that bring together Georgia State University education, innovation and media focused industries, metro-Atlanta technology and innovation focused businesses, and other community organizations to hack solutions to local, regional and national challenges. These hackathons will take place quarterly for a year. Participants and projects from each hackathon will interconnect throughout the year.

The goals of these series of hackathons are to:

  • Build a culture of hacking at GSU
  • Create pathways to metro-Atlanta area tech related internships and jobs for participants
  • Compete in other local, regional and national hackathons

And most importantly,

  • Innovate and hack solutions for problems in the metro-Atlanta that can have local, regional and national impacts

If you’re interested in Entrepreneurship, Business, Marketing, Tech or Design, this is an event you don’t want to miss! Sign up now, you are in for an amazing ride.

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