CEO Hacks is one of a series of hackathons called GSU HACKS SERIES. The series includes CEO Hacks, CII-PantherHackers Hackathon and the Crim Center Urban Education Hackathon.
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 here at GSU
- To create pathways to metro-Atlanta area tech related internships and jobs for participants
- To compete in other local, regional and national hackathons
- To innovate and hack solutions for problems in the metro-Atlanta that can have local, regional and national impacts
GSU HACKS SERIES Consortium
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) (focus: student entrepreneurs)
Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Education (focus: urban education, technology, community engagement)
Center for Instructional Innovation, Panther Hackers (focus: student lead coding and development club, instructional design, digital literacy development)