We are back with virtual and in-person MenloHacks VI, one of the most popular in-person hackathon in the Bay Area. Started in 2016, MenloHacks VI is the latest iteration of the MenloHacks 24-hour hackathon. Every year, more than 250 high school students come together to produce a wide array of amazing projects using the simple power of coding. Over the years, MenloHacks has always included top-notch support, workshops, and food. Our judges have included Former Apple SVP of iOS Scott Forstall and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.
Check out past projects that won for MenloHacks 5.1!Past Projects
Submissions in the Human health track will attempt to assist in solving problems in areas such as healthcare, medicine, nutrition, athletics
As our education system gets scrutinized, submissions in this track become increasingly important. The Education track gets submissions that aim to utilize various technologies to improve the reach and efficiency of education
Projects regarding sustainability will play an increasingly larger role as time goes on. They aim to use green technology as a driving force to mitigate climate change