HackOHI/O 2016 connects companies and students

HackOHI/O 2016 has mentoring and sponsorship opportunities for organizations interested in participating in Ohio State’s student-run hackathon, which will be held Nov. 19-20, 2016. Sponsor benefits include serving as a judge, hosting a challenge, demonstrating APIs and other technologies, accessing student resumes, and more.

Last year’s hackathon drew 500 students who hacked in teams of 2-4. The 24-hour event culminates in a project showcase that is open to the public.

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