Rehack 2020 Application
Rehack, the inaugural reverse hackathon for students, is happening November 6-7, 2020 virtually! This year's event will be focused on climate action and sustainability. Join us for a weekend of redesigning today's tech products to be greener and healthier!
**No tech experience is required**, and we mean it when we say no technical background is necessary--we welcome and encourage participants of all backgrounds to apply! Learn more about us at, and feel free to email us any time at

You can apply individually or as a team of 2-4. Each team member must submit a separate application.

Deadline: October 31 at 11:59 PM ET

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Email address *
Name (First and Last) *
College/University *
I am currently a: *
Intended/Declared Major *
Gender *
If you are applying as part of a team, please list your team members here. (Each member must also submit their own application.) Teams can be up to 4 people, including yourself.
What time zone are you in GMT? (Ex: if you live in New Jersey, type "-4" to indicate GMT -4.) Click this link to find out: *
Why are you interested in this event? (100 word limit) *
If you could redesign any technology product, what would it be and why? (This question is not related to your project at the event, it's just to learn about you!) (100 word limit) *
To assist with ideation, the event will be centered around four themes. Which of the themes below interest you, or do you have a theme not mentioned that you would be interested in working on? *
Tell us about your skillsets and interests. Are you a designer, opera lover, bookworm, developer, future CEO, etc.? (100 word limit) *
If you would like to share your resume with Rehack's corporate sponsors, please provide a link below (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.). Please ensure that your sharing permissions are correct! (Note: your resume isn't used in the application process.)
Is there anything else we should know about you?
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