Join Us!

Register as a participant for a chance at $11,000 in cash prizes.

Who is a participant?
  • Is at least 16+ years of age (from high school juniors/ seniors to retirees) [high school students must have signed parental/ guardian permission]
  • Stay with assigned team for the duration of the event
  • Asynchronously work on tasks aligned with your skillset
  • Meet deadlines scheduled during Pacific Standard Time, GMT/UTC-7
  • Competes for prizes in both individual People’s Choice categories and as Judges’ top 3 teams
  • Registers based on individual areas of expertise: artists, coders, designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, humanists
Participant Registration Parent/Guardian Waiver for Minors
Who is a volunteer?
  • Is anyone interested in assisting the Project Humanities team in various event logistics
  • Commits to 2-hour blocks to assist Project Humanities team with logistics
  • May assist with registrant sign ins, facilitate participant activities throughout 36-hour event
  • Need not have any specific area of expertise
  • Wants to participate in the event as a close observer while assisting Project Humanities team with event logisticss
  • Can interview/ record team members about their participation
Volunteer Registration
Who is a mentor?
  • Is anyone interested in using their expertise to help teams spark creativity, generate ideas, problem solve, and develop final presentations
  • Is anyone passionate about using innovation to address local and global issues for the greater social good
  • Commits to 2-hour blocks in which they test teams’ ideas and offer guidance
  • Comes in all ages
  • Signs up as artists, coders, designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, humanists
Mentor Registration
Sponsor
  • An organization that provides funding to make event happen. See Sponsorship levels individual perks and privileges here.
  • I Sponsorship level packages: $2500, $5000, and $10,000
  • Is highlighted on the Hacks for Humanity website
  • Is highlighted in monthly Project Humanities newsletter
Supporter
  • Offers event raffle prizes for participants
  • Offers in-kind support such as media coverage
  • Offers other non-monetary support or monetary support less than $2500
  • Is highlighted on the Hacks for Humanity website
  • Is highlighted in monthly Project Humanities newsletter
Judge
  • Derives from our event Sponsors or may be handpicked by the Project Humanities leadership team. See the judging panel here.
  • Commits to 3-4 hours on the final day of the event
  • As a team narrows the competing teams to top 7 for live pitching
  • Scores final presentations based on provided rubric
  • Represents a diverse range of experience and expertise
  • Is highlighted on the Hacks for Humanity website