October 25 - 27, 2019

Queens College Dining Hall


Join 200 all-female and femme non-binary students from across the country at Queens College to uncover the magic of technology in just 36 hours.

Come to TechTogether New York to bring your ideas to life! With the help of workshops from industry experts across a variety of disciplines and 24-hour access to mentorship, you will leave this once-in-a-lifetime experience with new skills, friends, and confidence.

No Coding Experience Required

There is an infinite number of opportunities to contribute to a project. From design to project management, well-rounded teams need individuals with a variety of skill-set. So if you're a new hacker, don't sweat it. Whatever your skills or skill level, there is a place for you at our hackathon.


Hackers will have the chance to compete in different categories for the chance to win a prize!

Categories will include:

  • Best NYC Hack
  • Best Healthcare Hack
  • Best Environmental Hack

Check out our Devpost for a full list of our challenges and prizes!

Get Involved

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Tentative Schedule

Please, check out our updated schedule at #schedule Slack channel.


  • 5:30 PM Doors Open / Check In
  • 7:00 PM Opening Ceremony
  • 7:45 PM Dinner
  • 8:45 PM Team Building Activity
  • 8:45 PM Workshop - Intro to Google Cloud Vision
  • 8:45 PM Workshop - Deploying Applications Using Netlify
  • 9:00 PM Workshop - TBD - JP Morgan
  • 10:00 PM Brainstorming Session
  • 12:00 AM Activity - TBD


  • 7:00 AM Wake Up Call
  • 7:30 AM Breakfast
  • 9:00 AM Workshop - HTML & CSS
  • 10:00 AM Activity - Intro to First Aid & CPR
  • 10:00 AM Workshop - Intro to Robotics
  • 11:00 AM Talk - Design Thinking Methodology
  • 12:00 PM Lunch
  • 1:00 PM Activity - Slideshow Karaoke
  • 1:00 PM Workshop - Intro to Python
  • 1:00 PM Workshop - TBD
  • 2:00 PM Workshop - Career Center
  • 2:30 PM Workshop - React - Capital One
  • 3:30 PM Workshop - Intro to Game Development
  • 4:00 PM Panel - Professionals
  • 4:30 PM Workshop - Intro to Entrepreneurship
  • 5:00 PM Workshop - TBD
  • 5:00 PM Activity - Painting
  • 5:00 PM Talk - Passionate Students in STEM
  • 7:00 PM Dinner
  • 7:00 PM Workshop - Open Source Intelligence
  • 7:30 PM Activity - Cup Stacking
  • 8:00 PM Activity - Facemasks / Skincare
  • 10:00 PM Activity - Dance Off Night


  • 12:30 AM Workshop - TBD
  • 2:00 AM Activity - TBD
  • 7:00 AM Wake Up Call
  • 7:30 AM Breakfast
  • 9:00 AM Workshop - Intro to Git/Github
  • 10:00 AM Talk - How to Turn a Hackathon Into a Startup
  • 10:30 AM Hacking Ends
  • 11:00 AM Submissions Due
  • 11:30 AM Lunch
  • 12:00 PM Judging Begins
  • 1:00 PM Judging Ends
  • 1:30 PM Judges Deliberates
  • 2:00 PM Closing Ceremony & Winners Announced
  • 3:00 PM Goodbye & See you next year!


  • Where is it?

    The Dining Hall at Queens College, City University of New York 65-30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, NY 11367

  • Who is coming?

    We are expecting about 250-300 hackers from across the country.

  • Who can attend?

    Anyone who defines themselves as female, women, non-binary, from high school to college students are welcomed! We definitely look forward to seeing FIRST TIME HACKERS! However, minimum age for participation is sixteen (16).

  • Do I need experience?

    Absolutely not! Our hackathon is completely beginner’s friendly and we welcome those without any coding experience or background. There will be mentors, workshops, and other resources to help you during the hackathon!

  • Are there any rules?

    We want all of our participants to have a positive experience. We encourage you to read our code of conduct.

  • What should I bring?

    Laptop, phone, charger, something to sleep on (sleeping bag/bedsheet - if you plan to stay overnight) if you want, toothbrush, and toothpaste.

  • Is overnight stay obligatory?

    No! But we encourage hackers to stay for the opening and closing ceremony as well as judging. Hackers are allowed to leave the building except during the times between 10pm-6am due to safety reasons.

  • Can we form teams?

    Absolutely! Whether you have a team ready as you come into the event or are unsure of who to work with, we will have a networking session so you can talk to other hackers to form a team of your choice. If you still need help finding a team, our organizers and volunteers will be there to help out!

  • Does it cost anything?

    No! 100% free!

  • Will transportation be provided?

    Unfortunately, we will not be providing travel reimbursements this year.


Wolfram Alpha
JP Morgan Chase
Machine Intelligence Community
Major League Hacking
Lurik Labs
Capital One
Queens College

More sponsors are on the way!


Questions, comments, concerns, jokes, recipes, memes? Whatever it is, we want to hear it!

Contact us at our email

Our Code of Conduct is available here.