Ways to participate

Participants compete for team prizes of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place as well as individual awards such as People’s Choice awards

Participant Requirements:

  • Minimum age: 16+ years of age and a high school junior/ senior
  • Maximum Age- Not applicable; anybody from students to professionals to retirees
  • Register based on individual areas of expertise: artists, coders, designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, humanists
  • Stay with assigned team for the duration of the event
  • Meet deadlines scheduled during Pacific Standard Time, GMT/UTC-7
  • Work on tasks aligned with your skillset either in-person in Tempe, Arizona or asynchronously from anywhere in the world
Participant Registration

Mentors use their expertise to help teams spark creativity, generate ideas, problem solve, and develop final presentations.

Mentor Requirements

  • Any age
  • Register by most accurate skill set category: artists, coders, designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, humanists
  • Commit to 2-hour blocks of time
  • Passionate about using innovation to address local and global issues for the greater social good
Mentor Registration

Volunteers participate in the event as a close observer while assisting Project Humanities team with event logistics. They can be anyone interested in assisting the Project Humanities team in various event logistics.

Volunteer Requirements

  • Any age
  • Any area of expertise welcome
  • Commit to 2-hour blocks to assist Project Humanities team with logistics
  • Virtual and In-Person opportunities available
  • Assist with tasks such as registrant sign ins, facilitate participant activities throughout 36-hour event
Volunteer Registration

Sponsors

  • An organization that provides funding to make event happen. See Sponsorship levels individual perks and privileges here.
  • Sponsorship level packages: $2500, $5000, and $10,000
  • Is highlighted on the Hacks for Humanity website
  • Is highlighted in monthly Project Humanities newsletter

Supporters

  • 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

Inquire about sponsorship opportunities at ProjectHumanities@asu.edu