DubHacks is a 24-hour collegiate hackathon hosted by students from the University of Washington, Seattle promoting accessibility and representation in tech. Every year, we invite students of diverse academic and cultural backgrounds to build creative projects tackling society's biggest issues.
Since our founding in 2014, DubHacks has aimed to bridge the gap between technology and social advocacy, inspiring students to spark positive change in our communities. As the tech industry continues to grow in size and influence, so does the need to cultivate social responsibility among young emerging technologists. We also collaborate closely with industry leaders to provide mentors, resources, and networking so that anyone's ambitions in tech can become a reality.
As an organization, we strive to be as inclusive of a community as possible, and we're excited to continue advancing this goal. For this reason, we are proud to share our event statistics to keep our growth visible and accountable. Visit our stats page and dive into the numbers of past DubHacks.