There is a shortage of creative technology talent both nationally and in Pittsburgh, particularly those who consider advertising as their career choice.
To foster creative and technical innovation in Pittsburgh and to bring awareness of the fact that there are great emerging careers in the marketing technology field, BHiveLab is conducting the Hacker Challenge contest geared towards high school students. BHiveLab’s Hacker Challenge is open to youth who have new technology ideas and are interested in making them a reality.
Sometimes ideas need a little coaching to turn them into tangible products. The Hacker Challenge will provide selected youth the opportunity to turn their creative idea into a product using an Arduino Starter Kit and a little coaching from an innovative company, BHiveLab.
Submit your creative technology idea to the BHiveLab Hacker Challenge. The contest is open to hackers between the ages of 14 and 18. Twenty finalists will be selected to receive an Arduino starter kit and a day-long training session at TechShop Pittsburgh to make their idea a reality.
For more information, visit the Hacker Challenge website!