Mentor Application
Mentors will be assisting hackers with problems, ideation, feedback or anything really throughout the day. We want to create a collaborative relationship between the hackers and the graduate student mentors during the event. Mentors will receive the full benefits of being at the hackathon--including swag and access to workshops, tech talks, and companies.

Contact team@hackmit.org with any questions.

Please use your @mit.edu email address if you have one.

Email address *
Name *
Your answer
Course/Affiliation *
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Phone Number *
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When are you available to mentor?
You don't have to be available all day! Hacking starts at 11 am on Saturday, September 15th and ends at 11am on Sunday, September 16th. Hackers will be requesting assistance using a help queue, so you can commit as much or as little as you'd like. Checking these times means you're making a soft commitment to be mentoring at the event then -- we need you!
Are you available Sunday, September 16th to judge? *
Judges need to be at Johnson Ice Rink at 10 am. We'll be using a pairwise-comparison judging system, and you'll get to talk with hackers about their projects!
Language Skillset *
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What is your area of expertise? *
Check all that apply.
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What problems are you interested in?
For example, civic tech, healthcare, VR/AR, media, entrepreneurship, flat UI...
Your answer
Are you interested in being a beginner-specific mentor? *
We're trying out a "beginner mentor" role to help first-time hackers and beginners ease into what hackathons are all about! Beginner-specific mentors will staff an "office hours" at the beginning of the event (around Saturday 9/16 11am) to help beginner teams scope projects that are feasible within 24 hours and create a plan for how to execute the project. You'll maintain contact with the teams you meet at "office hours" and check in periodically with them throughout the event to ensure that they're making progress!
Is there anything else you'd like to help with?
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