Come by to learn more about the technologies we use at Hack4Impact including React, Redux, and Flask. We'll be going through why we use these libraries and then diving into code.Thurs Jan 17, 2019 7-8PM
Hack4Impact looks for students who are hungry to learn, excellent teammates, and are passionate for tech and social impact. Our first round behavioral interviews will be 20 minutes long and you will get meet a couple of our members.Monday Jan 21, 2019
This will be a 30 minute interview with two of our members and answer technical questions. We encourage discussion throughout the interview and you’ll have an opportunity to ask questions to learn more about us.
A small, take home project that requires no prior experience to complete, and is designed to expose you to the technologies that we use. More instructions will be provided then.
A lot of classwork is theoretical. You’re given a contrived problem, and then you solve it. At Hack4Impact, you get to build a product from the ground up. Being exposed to building something from scratch is a great experience as a student.
Team: Work on a team of 4-7 students led by a PM and tech lead
Build: Develop the product throughout the semester (~12 weeks)
Ship: Deliver the final product to the nonprofit client!
Community: Join an organization with a strong focus on mentorship and social community events
Nope! Mentorship is a core value of our organization so we are always looking to take less experienced developers as long as you are willing to put in the time and have the passion to learn. You will have a tight feedback loop with your project leads along with experienced members on your team to ensure your success and project’s success in-order to benefit the nonprofit your team is working with.
We would love to accept all of our good candidates, but from our perspective, this is what we see.