Help Shift the Mindset from Consumers to Producers

Help Shift the Mindset from Consumers to Producers

International Women's Hackathon April 2014

Organizers
Mentors
Participants
59 students joined

Cal State University, San Marcos (23)

Graduated (1)

University of California, San Diego (2)

UCSD Extension (1)

University of Victoria (2)

Palomar College (5)

Mater Dei Catholic High School (3)

Rancho Bernardo (1)

Rancho Bernardo Middle (1)

San Marcos High School (1)

Vista Visions Academy (1)

The Bishops School (1)

San Pasqual High School (1)

Torrey Pines High School (2)

Westview High School (1)

Mira Costa College (6)

Canyon Crest Academy (3)

Cal State Fullerton (2)

Helix Charter High (1)

Academy of Our Lady of Peace (1)


Monetary Contribution & Media Promotion Partner
Winners
                                                                
TeamSchool/CollegesCategory
Cache Me If You Can (Web App
Creative/Innovative: Project is entertaining,
visually stimulating, and exemplifies mind-blowing work.
The team was willing to take necessary risks in order to
produce a wildly successful project.

Majar AhmadCSU Fullerton
Noemi QuezadaCSU Fullerton
Cristy SanchezUC San Diego




Team Velociraptors(Game App)
Customer-Focused: The project was designed with the end-customer in mind. Usability, relevance and ease-of-use were considered.  The project team clearly understands how to build an app, but they also ask the question, “Do people want to use it?”
Kylie SlateeSan Marcos High School
Cheyann CantacessieCal State San Marcos
Jaiden PavanoHelix Charter High School




Team 1-0-1 (Android App)
Disruptive/Entrepreneurial: The project idea is the most disruptive to existing business models and threatens to change the status quo. The project team showed they can really think outside the box.
Kirjsten BlodgettPalomar College
Karen Herrera Palomar College
Galina EriksonPalomar College
Maira AcenaPalomar College
Nhu Quynh LiuUC San Diego




Team Boba (PC Game)
Leadership: The project has a deep sense of purpose. The project team conveyed a clear vision for positively impacting lives and solving world problems. Demonstrated emotional intelligence.



Amanda KeCanyon Crest Academy
Julia YangTorrey Pines High School
Grace ChenTorrey Pines High School
Jeongyoon ChoiTorrey Pines High School




Team Bees Knees (Website)
Grand-prize winner for the challenge of More Women in STEM.

Natalie Armstrong
Cal State San Marcos
Natalie Lotz
Cal State San Marcos
Brooke Thielen
Cal State San Marcos
Mary Wakefield
Cal State San Marcos
Lauren Wright
Cal State San Marcos




Team Awesome (Web Game)

Grand-prize winner for the challenge of Teens against Distracted Driving

Caliandra Harmon
Palomar College

Alexis Scollard
Cal State San Marcos

Liliana Estrada
Cal State San Marcos

Rebecca Strauss
Cal State San Marcos