Our hackathon–Girls In Tech Hack–focuses on the curation of ideas that sets apart the entrepreneurs. We adept you with all the skills needed to illustrate and pitch your plans.

No coding needed to win - we want innovation.


Girls In Tech Hack is a no-code hackathon designed for middle and high school female-identifying students, trans and non-binary included, from diverse backgrounds and skill levels. Our goal is to create spaces where all students are inspired to learn new skills while collaborating on innovative projects.



Project Submission Rules 

  • Please reference the Devpost submission demo to see the correct method for submitting your project. 

  • Each team will submit a video recording of their presentation to Devpost. Maximum video length is 5 minutes.

    • Recommended time distribution: 3 minute pitch, 2 minute app demo.

  • Presentation Requirements: 

    • Videos should be titled “Team Name - Project Name”  (e.g., “Pink Team - The Happy App”)

VIDEO must include the following: 

  • Name of the team and members 

  • What problem is your project solving? 

  • What does your app do? 

  • Screenshots and/or demo of the user interface & code


Hackathon Sponsors


$700 in prizes

First Place

Each person on the team gets an Amazon Echo Dot or Gift Card

Second Place

Each person on the team gets a Bluetooth Speaker or Gift Card

Best Figma Project

Each person on the team gets a tripod.

Best Coded Project (2)

Each person on the team gets a Fitness Tracker.

Best Theme Award

Each person on the team gets a wireless keyboard.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


Sarah Cortez

Sarah Cortez
Privacy Assurance & Engineering at Netflix

Fedor Yaremenko

Fedor Yaremenko
Senior Java Software Engineer – Ultimeta

Galicia Gordon

Galicia Gordon
Founder at Leading Learners

Christina  Gee

Christina Gee
San Francisco, California, United States Contact info Affirm, Inc.

Raghav Poddar

Raghav Poddar

Andrew Lewman

Andrew Lewman

David Medvedik

David Medvedik
Software Engineer / Highload Specialist / C++ Developer

Smaranjit Ghose

Smaranjit Ghose
Incoming MS Data Science graduate at Columbia University | Building AI solutions

Gigi Torres

Judging Criteria

  • Presentation
    Was the presentation engaging? Contains all elements? • Name of the team and members • What problem is your project solving? • How the submission relates to the theme? • What does your app do? • Screenshots and/or demo of the user interface & code
  • Theme Application
    How effectively was the theme applied?
  • Innovation
    How unique and creative was the project? How does it create something new using existing concepts?
  • Technical Implementation
    Were the resources well used? Are the idea and design realistic?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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