November 4-6, 2016
How can you create, use and leverage technologies to advance the Gospel and become “digital missionaries” right where you are?
InterVarsity Campus Web Ministries is partnering in the Indigitous #Hack on November 4-6, 2016. The Indigitous #Hack will bring together tech students and Missions organizations in 26+ cities and universities around the world, to solve challenging problems in missions.
We are building on the success of the Urbana Hack4missions where 190 students submitted 13 prototypes and proof of concepts solutions to technological challenges faced by mission organizations.
You don’t have to be a programmer to get involved. There is a place for designers, photographers, writers, project managers, social media gurus and creative thinkers of all types! The most important skill is the abilities to work with others and find ways to solve problems.
For more information or to find a city near you: http://indigitous.org/hack/
InterVarsity press release:
InterVarsity National Service Center
635 Science Dr.
Madison, WI 53711
November 4-6, 2016 (Starting Friday evening until Sunday early afternoon)
This hackathon will have global ramifications through the solutions participants will bring to challenges facing missions efforts around the world. But it will also be a catalytic paradigm explosion for the developers, engineers, and designers who participate as they come to see their unique role in God's global mission. Not just that they have a part to play, but that their part is indispensable!
If you're excited about this sort of thing, there is a role for you in the #Hack, no matter your skills, interests or availability.
Register to hack at the Madison event.
Sign up to volunteer with the #hack Madison.
The Madison team is looking for volunteers to fill a variety of roles.
These roles include:
- Event Planners
- Project Judges
- Project Mentors
- IT Support
- Pastoral Care
- Food Service
- Financial Sponsors
- Administrative Help
- General Assistance of all kinds