Game-changing Hackathon This Weekend in Perth
Are you a WA uni student who constantly has great ideas for real-world problems? Well, there’s nothing better than a hackathon to get some exposure.
This weekend the Chevron Hackathon kicks off in Perth, where 50 university students from WA will get the opportunity to take on a real-world problem facing the Chevron business. It’s an opportunity to network with leaders and technology professionals from one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies, all while developing your critical thinking and presentation skills in a fast paced, fun environment.
Over a day-and-a-half, students will form cross-discipline teams, develop a solution
We’re calling for Perth’s most talented and motivated university students to tackle a real world problem facing our business. Over an exciting 1.5 days participants will form cross-discipline teams, develop a solution and pitch it to an expert panel of judges. Prizes are on offer to the most creative and innovative teams.
Are you up for the challenge? The Chevron Hackathon is open to all current WA university students with a passion for business, technology and innovation.Explore
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