Hacking for education isn’t just about feel-good altruism.  Join us at the first ever HackInteractive for amazing prizes, access to awesome APIS, and delicious food as we hack the weekend to benefit CampInteractive’s programming.


Register to create the change you wish to see in the world



General Assembly
10 East 21st Street New York, NY 10011


NOTE: While we’d like to accomodate everyone, it’s likely there will be a waiting list, and those on the waiting list will be notified if any slots open up. Also to please let us know (and instructions on who to email) if someone registers but is no longer able to attend.


Sat, Feb 16

  • 9:30 AM | Breakfast + Registration
  • 10:00 AM | Welcome, overview of day
  • 10:15 AM | API + Educational Issue Presentations
  • 10:45 AM | 60-second pitches from hackers
  • 11:00 AM | Hacking begins
  • 12:30 PM | Lunch
  • 2:00 PM | Office Hours Open
  • 5:00 PM | Office Hours Close
  • 6:30 PM | Dinner
  • 2:00 AM | Hacking ends for the evening; GA closes

Sun, Feb 17

  • 9:30 AM | Breakfast + Coding
  • 2:00 PM | Hack Submission Deadline
  • 2:15 PM | Lunch
  • 3:00 PM | Hack Demos
  • 4:00 PM | Judging Begins; Mingling with beer from Brooklyn Brewery
  • 4:30 PM | Judging Ends
  • 4:45 PM | Awards
  • 5:15 PM | Dinner + closing reception for hackers
  • 7:30 PM  | HackInteractive Afterparty at 1Oak


Benefit Party Feb 17




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HackInteractive Sonsorship Opportunities

NYC students face barriers to success everyday and technology will overcome these issues. We believe in the power and passion of the technology community, to make a difference.

*All proceeds from HackInteractive benefit CampInteractive‘s innovative technology education programs.  CampInteractive is a 501(c)-3 registered nonprofit and all sponsorship donations are fully tax-deductible.


Support the hackers and sponsor the kids!


Become a HackInteractive Headline Sponsor $10,000

  • + HackInteractive presented by “COMPANY NAME”
  • + Prominent Recognition on HackInteractive website
  • + Prominence on hacker wear
  • + 10 tickets to HackInteractive After-party

Become an After-Party Sponsor $5,000

  • + HackInteractive After-Party presented by “COMPANY NAME”
  • + Recognition on Website, After-party invitation, Social Media Week Website
  • + 10 tickets to HackInteractive After-party

Become a Hacker Team Sponsor $2,500

  • + A team of engineers will hack your behalf
  • + Recognition on website
  • + Prominence on your team’s hacker wear
  • + 5 tickets to HackInteractive After-party

Become an In-Kind Sponsor $In-Kind

  • + Donate prizes, Your API, or shwag!
  • + Become an Individual Sponsor
  • + You can give any amount!



Unusually Compelling Learning Experiences

How can we create a learning experience in an area of interest (e.g., programming, design, math, science, history) that immediately engages a student deeply and keeps them coming back for more?

Parent-Teacher Connection

Many parents and teachers don’t know how best to engage with each other to support a student’s development. What tools or experiences could help solve this problem?

English Language Learner Experiences

Many ELL students face a challenging path in schools today from the moment they enter–schools may not understand their abilities or know how to serve their needs, parents may face a language barrier, etc.  What tools, services, or experiences could be transformative for these learners?

Teacher Evaluations?

Many parents and students enter the school year knowing very little about the instructor that will be working with them for the durration of the year.  What tools can be created to cross evaluate teachers and faculty, and inform students and parents?


Jessica Lawrence Managing Director, NY Tech Meetup

Thor Ernstsson CEO, Casual Corp

Jeremy Johnson, Co-Founder and CMO, 2tor

Seema Shah Strategic Partnerships Manager, NYC Digital

Ron Rofe Head of U.S. Operations, The Vaizra Seed Fund

Joe Lenehan Technology Investment Banking, Goldman Sachs

Kasey Kirkham Director of Engineering, Voxy