What is Citrus Hack?
Citrus Hack is where hundreds of students from all over Southern California (and a few from out-of-state) come together and form teams, aiming to build a project of their own from scratch over the duration of 36 hours.
Citrus Hack is focused on the brilliant partnership between education and competition. While “hackers” compete for prizes, they hone their technical skills along the way.
Choose Your Alignment
This year, participants at Citrus Hack have the opportunity to choose from different tracks based on their skills and interests.
The best defense is a good offense.
Ethical projects proven to break into complex systems or withstand complex attacks will be eligible for the Sentinel track.
Make the world a little nicer to live in.
Projects that contribute to the betterment of the environment will be eligible for the Reclaimer track.
Take a stand. Make a statement.
Projects that strive to solve problems within diversity and inclusivity will be eligible for the Campaigner track.
A vital part of technology is humanity.
Projects that push for innovation within med-tech or promote a healthy lifestyle will be eligible for the Medic track.
What is a hackathon?
Who is eligible to attend?
Note: All CitrusHack participants are expected to follow the MLH Code of Conduct.
How much is it to attend?
What can I create?
Do I need a team?
What if I don't know how to code?
What should I bring?
Can I prepare code before the event?
Does CitrusHack offer travel compensation?
What if I still have a question?
Time & .Place
April 26 - 28, 2019
Winston Chung Hall
University of California, Riverside
446 Winston Chung Hall, Riverside, CA 92507