April 02-03, 2022









About ohlonehacks

Who we are

The Associated Students of Ohlone College Research and Development Division is a group of dedicated students who are organizing a hackathon targeting college students.

Our Event

OhloneHacks 3.0 is the third iteration of the first community college hackathon in the Bay Area. Our mission is to create networking opportunities for two-year college students who may not otherwise have access to other events held by larger universities due to limited availability. We endeavor to provide resources and collaborative space to expose our peers to technology that is not traditionally used in the classroom.

Our Theme

This year, our two major themes are Education and Environmental.

Education: With constant change and growth in the way teachers and educatiors instruct, computer apps and programs are becoming a normality in the classroom.

Environment: One of the many challenges our world faces today revolves around the sustainability of our environment.

Fast Facts

Some quick facts about ohlonehacks


This is the first in-person OhloneHacks. Stay tuned for more information and join links!


Hackers will have two days to complete their hack.


Stay tuned for more information about the different prizes we are offering hackers.


OhloneHacks is open to all participants from Bay Area high school, community colleges and universities students.


Various workshops such as ethical hacking, cybersecurity, IoT, Machine Learning and programming.


Hackers have the choice of working in teams of up to three people, or working alone.


Below is our schedule from OhloneHacks 3.0.

PDF Schedule

Day 1

April 02

Day 2

April 03

10:00 - 10:20 AM

Opening Ceremony

10:25 - 10:55 AM

Team Buidling Exercise

11:00 - 11:55 AM

Cybersecurity Trends - Jimmy Sanders - President Information Systems Security Association

12:00 - 12:55 PM

Career Center Workshop

1:00 - 1:55 PM


2:00 - 2:55 PM

CS Clubs Workshops

Clubs: Girls Who Code (GWC), ./CS, IEEE

3:00 - 3:55 PM

Senior VP Trendmicro - Mitchel Chang

4:00 - 4:55 PM

Amazon Web Services - Professor Lin

5:00 - 5:55 PM

Engineering Clubs Workshops

Clubs: Ohlone Engineering Society (OES), Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Physics Club

6:00 - 6:55 PM

Work Session

7:00 - 8:00 PM


Frequently Asked Questions

Some common questions you may have about ohlonehacks, or hackathons in general

What is a Hackathon?

To put it simply, hackathons combine the two words: hacking and marathon. Participants will get the chance to form teams of up to 1-3 members, and bring a project idea to life! However, they only have pre determine set of time period to accomplish this. Students will receive mentorship and learn about new job opportunities.

Can I Work On My Hack Before the Event?

We follow the Major League Hacking guidelines, which prohibits students from bringing and continuing a project that they have already worked on. Your final project should be new and only built during the weekend of OhloneHacks.


There's always a first time for everything, right? We highly encourage individuals with various levels of experience to participate in OhloneHacks. OhloneHacks is a hackathon where individuals from various disciplines, majors, and backgrounds are encouraged to come out and participate.

Who Can Participate?

OhloneHacks applications are open to students from the Bay Area. Whether you are a freshman in high school or university, we want you to apply!

Any Questions?

Reach out to us at team@ohlonehack.com

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