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Hackathons and Other Programs

Major League Hacking


MLH is a global organization that empowers and supports student hackers, fostering their creativity and innovation through hackathons, workshops, and community-building events worldwide. It provides a platform for students to collaborate, learn, and showcase their technical skills while exploring new technologies and solving real-world problems.



TechTogether is a non-profit organization that aims to create a supportive and inclusive environment for women and non-binary individuals in technology. They organize hackathons and events focused on fostering learning, networking, and collaboration to empower underrepresented groups in the tech industry.

Google Summer of Code


GSoC is an annual program organized by Google that offers students worldwide an opportunity to contribute to open-source projects during the summer break. Participants work remotely and receive stipends for their contributions. The application typically open around February or March.



CodePath provides free, intensive technology education programs and courses for college students, aiming to bridge the gap between academia and industry. They offer courses in topics such as technical interview prep, software engineering, and cybersecurity, equipping students with practical skills and project-based learning opportunities.

Coding It Forward


Coding it Forward aims to empower the next generation of technology leaders and promote social good through technology. They provide opportunities for students to gain real-world experience and make a difference through their Summer Fellowship Program, which places students in paid, full-time internships with government agencies and nonprofits to work on projects with social impact, using technology as a tool for change.