At MenloHacks, diversity and inclusion are at the core of our organizational identity. We believe that every student should have access to participate in a hackathon where they can learn, build, and share their awesome creations.
Working closely with MLH and Menlo School, we demonstrate a shared commitment to these goals by creating and supporting an environment that goes as following:
1) Do not have any entry fees
2) Do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, social class, economic status, disability, or age.
3) Adopt, make available, and enforce the MLH code of conduct.
4) Make it clear that the Code of Conduct extends to all attendees, including hackers, volunteers, organizers, sponsors, judges, mentors, and MLH staff.
Our main priority is to create an empowering, supportive environment where hackers of all skill levels and backgrounds can make their ideas come to life. MenloHacks codify this belief not only in our event, but throughout our team organization and the types of events that MenloHacks would like to collaborate with.