YDWA Nerd Caucus Hackathon 2018 Signup
Please fill out this form to complete the signup process for participation in this year's hackathon.
Please tell us about yourself:
What's your name?
Which location will you be participating at?
King County: Joe Crump Hall at UFCW Local 21, 5030 1st Ave S #200, Seattle, WA 98134
Spokane County: GeeksNGlory Gaming Bar, 6710 E Sprague Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99212
Whatcom County: Bellingham Makerspace at The Foundry, 1000 F St, Bellingham, WA 98225
What is your current mailing address (for sending you your prize after you crush the competition)?
Do you have any dietary restrictions?
Would you like to sign up for the official YDWA newsletter, and stay up to date on the latest happenings around Washington?
Are you kidding? OF COURSE I WOULD
Please confirm your age and residency:
I am between 16 and 36 years of age, and reside in Washington state
Please read and consent to our code of conduct:
Each participant in the Young Democrats of Washington (“YDWA”) Nerd Caucus Hackathon is expected to uphold the values of the organization. In order to participate in the hackathon, each participant acknowledges that they will abide by the following codes of conduct:
Respect of Others.
– All participants must abide by YDWA’s Safe Space Policy, which is incorporated in this Code of Conduct. The Safe Space Policy is further outlined below.
– YDWA expects that each member will act responsibly and respectfully of others autonomy to the extent that it does not incur harm.
Responsible Consumption of Legal Intoxicants.
– Any participant who consumes legal intoxicants at any YDWA-related event must be at least 21-years old.
– Choosing to participate or not participate in the consumption of legal intoxicants is an individual and voluntary choice. By agreeing to this code of conduct you agree not to pressure another individual to consume legal intoxicants.
– Any participant who decides to consume legal intoxicants is expected to do so responsibly. If you perceive that another participant is not consuming legal intoxicants responsibly, please contact an event organizer immediately. Event organizers can be reached via Slack or in-person at each location.
Event Space Rules.
– Any participant who attends a YDWA-sponsored event at any venue or event space must abide by the rules of that venue or event space. If you have any questions please contact a6n event organizer.
– Each participant will make a good faith effort to resolve conflicts respectfully, directly and confidentially.
– If a conflict cannot be resolved after a good faith effort, or if a conflict involves the consumption of legal intoxicants, please contact an event organizer.
Duty to Report.
– Any participant who knows or has reason to know that a participant is in violation of this Code of Conduct is expected to report this violation to an event organizer.
YDWA Safe Space Policy
– YDWA does not tolerate any form of harassment or assault.
– YDWA recognizes that “yes means yes.” Agreement to this safe space policy requires your understanding that physical contact of any kind is not appropriate without clearly articulated consent. Agreement also requires an understanding that consent can be revoked at any time.
– If you feel unsafe at any point in the event, please contact an event organizer.
– Please avoid gendered and ableist language (example use: substitute “guys”, “crazy”, “insane”, or “cripple”for “you all”, “y’all”, “folks”, “wild”, “unbelievable” ).
– If you choose to consume legal intoxicants, please do so responsibly. If assistance is needed, please contact an event organizer.
– If there is an incident of harassment (that does not put any participants in immediate danger), the event organizers will meet no more than 12 hours after the incident has been reported to talk about the incident.
– If a conflict of interest is identified amongst the event organizers the person bringing forward the incident has the right to request their removal from the proceedings.
– The party or parties affected by harassment will have the option to remain anonymous and their consent is required for proceedings to move forward.
– If a participant has been found to have violated the Safe Space Policy, the event organizers will determine consequences within 48 hours of the initial meeting of the event organizers. The accused shall have the right to appeal this decision to the YDWA General Board. Consequences are up to and including removal from future YDWA events.
– If there is an incident of harassment that puts participants in immediate danger, the event organizers will ask the individual(s) to leave the event and appropriate legal action may be pursued.
– Additionally, the event organizers will determine consequences within 72 hours of the initial meeting of the event organizers.
– The State and local parties will be notified of any participant that has been barred.
I have read and consent to the code of conduct above
Please read and consent to our content disclosure policy:
By participating in the Hackathon you consent to the use of personal information about you, if you are a winner, by the Poster, Administrator, and third parties acting on their behalf. Such personal information includes, but is not limited to, your name, likeness, photograph, voice, opinions, comments and hometown and country of residence. It may be used in any existing or newly created media, worldwide without further payment or consideration or right of review, unless prohibited by law. Authorized use includes advertising and promotional purposes. The duration of your consent is for a period of three years following the conclusion of the Hackathon. This consent applies, as applicable, to all members a Solver’s Team or Small Organization that participated in the winning Submission.
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