Next Penguin Hackers Events:

HackOHI/O 2016

Saturday, November 19 - Sunday, November 20th

The Ohio State University

Register for HackOHI/O here! | Register for the carpool here!

Other awesome events:

Fall 2016

HackOHI/O 2016

Saturday, November 19th - 20th  | The Ohio State University

A 24-hour hackathon by the Ohio State University Register here. Register for the HackOHI/O carpool here!

Local Hack Day 2016

Saturday, December 3rd 9am-9pm | Youngstown State University's Meshel Hall

A 12-hour hackathon and conference. Come learn and play with us. Registration coming soon.

Spring 2017

HackYSU 2017

Spring 2017 | Youngstown State University

Learn something new, create something awesome, and network with many businesses, and fellow students at Youngstown State University's very own hackathon! Learn more about HackYSU here! Details TBA

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The founders of Penguin Hackers wish to create a platform for our students to build a portfolio through personal or group projects. By doing so we wish to teach ourselves and each other valuable skills to compliment our university education. In order to maximize the value each of us gets out of the group, we wish to network with and actively engage like-minded individuals.

Together, we believe we can achieve anything we set our minds to.

Penguin Hackers believes that by seeking these goals we’ll begin to create a more engaging university environment in which students feel excited about their college experience and empowered to achieve. We believe that students directly and indirectly affected by such an environment will have improved graduation rates, better employment rates, and higher GPAs. We also believe that by actively engaging our community both inside and outside YSU we can increase enrollment rates through generating awareness of YSU’s programs, create relationships with successful alumni who want to see our students succeed, and form partnerships with businesses who wish to take advantage of our quality students as co-ops, interns, and full time employees. By fostering a community of students actively improving and exchanging knowledge we can architect an environment in which engineered serendipity is commonplace.

It is here that awesome happens.


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