2017 Choose Civility Coding Challenge and Hackathon Participant Registration
The Choose Civility Coding Challenge and Hackathon invites teams of students, innovators, creators, and others to develop ideas and generate solutions for community challenges! Working with mentors from the tech community, teams will learn something new and create something awesome!

All skill levels are welcome to be involved with this collaborative coding and hackathon event. Whether you program daily, or have never touched code, you can participate!

Please note that members of a team may be from different schools. You may also register as an individual and be assigned to a team. If your team registers with fewer than five people, a fifth member may be assigned to your team.

The Coding Challenge and Hackathon will take place on November 11, 2017 at the Howard County Library System Miller Branch (9421 Frederick Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042).

Middle School participants will compete from 8:30 am - 1:30 pm. Lunch and snacks provided.

High School and 18+ participants will compete from 8:30 am - 6pm. Lunch, dinner and snacks provided.

Registration for all age groups will close on Oct. 27th OR when the maximum number of participants have registered for each each group.


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Parent Email, if Participant is under 18
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Do you have a laptop you can bring to the Hackathon?
If you answered "yes" to the above question, you may want to consider installing free open source software options prior to the Hackathon. You may also use any coding software that you have purchased and installed on your personal laptop. Resources will be emailed to participants before the event.
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All participants will receive an event t-shirt. Please note that we will do our best to accommodate your requested t-shirt size, but cannot guarantee it. Shirts will be picked up on a first-come, first served basis at registration.
What is your experience with coding? All levels of experience are invited to participate.
If you have prior coding experience, which of these software are you familiar with? Please check all that apply.
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Emergency Contact Information
If registering a participant under the age of 18, please provide contact information for parent or guardian.
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I grant Howard County Library System (HCLS) the unrestricted right to use my/my child’s image, likeness, name, voice, comments, or other proprietary or public rights, and that any publication, broadcast, telecast, photograph, video, audio sound, audiovisual and/or other recording taken in connection with any HCLS class, event, or other transmission, distribution, public performance, or reproduction in whole or in part of the class or event, may be used for all purposes, worldwide, in perpetuity, and in any and all media (including digital, electronic, print, television, film and other media now known or to be invented), without compensation.

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I am at least 18 years of age and have the full legal capacity to execute this release.

I am at least 18 years of age and have the full legal capacity to execute this release.
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Code of Conduct
Coding for Community: A Civility Hackathon
The Civility Hackathon is about working, as a group, to empower ourselves and others to improve our local community through technology. We are committed to providing a safe, welcoming and supportive learning environment for all attendees (students and mentors). This event is designed as a space for people of all different skill levels and approaches to meet and work together toward common goals.

This code of conduct serves to ensure that everybody who participates finds a cooperative and positive experience.

PRINCIPLES
Do Not Harass Others
Any unwelcome behavior, verbal or physical, will not be tolerated.
Respect the Opinion of Others
We expect participants to respect the opinions and abilities of others. Team members should educate others and discuss information respectfully. We are all learning, so afford others—as well as yourself—room to grow.
Fresh Code only - please do not bring in any existing code or work. We ask teams to work together to create a project from scratch.
Empower, Experiment, and find a way for everyone to contribute
Build with your team - give full consideration to all ideas, even if they seem improbable at first. Experiment with new approaches, and don't be afraid to try something that might not work.

I have read and understand the Code of Conduct. I agree to its Principles and promise to uphold them.
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