SEP 2020 Code for Good - HBCU & HSI Edition
- Event Location
- Plano, TX Event Date
- March 07, 2020 8:00am (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada) - March 08, 2020 5:00pm (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
- Event Description:
Code for Good - HBCU & HSI Edition
Code for Good hackathons gives you the chance to use your tech skills to help nonprofits. This spring, JPMorgan Chase is hosting a hackathon that focuses on welcoming students who attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) or Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs). Our goal is to welcome underrepresented communities in the technology industry and give students a chance to use their coding skills for good. Students will also get the opportunity to see what a career in financial services technology is like!
What You Can Expect:
Over the course of 24 hours, you and your team will develop a technology solution for a nonprofit organization. You’ll get to work side by side with our expert JPMorgan Chase technologists, learning from their experience as you creatively solve real world problems faced by social organizations. You are encouraged to come up with cutting-edge ideas that could make a difference to the people who need it most.
Coders will need to bring their own laptops to the event. Travel expenses will be covered by JPMorgan Chase, though conditions will apply. Further details and instructions will be provided to those invited to participate.
If you are invited to Code for Good - HBCU & HSI Edition and attend the in-person event, you will have an opportunity to apply and interview for 2021 Summer Intern or Full-time Software Engineer Program opportunities. Your participation in Code for Good - HBCU & HSI Edition may also be considered as part of your application should you choose to apply to any of our 2021 programs.
- Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 26th, 2020
- Hackathon Date: Saturday, March 7th – Sunday, March 8th
- Location: Plano, Texas
The Code for Good hackathon is open to individuals who are:
US Citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents who are authorized to work permanently in the US.
Currently pursuing a B.A., B.S. or 5th year M.A. or M.S with an expected graduation date between December 2020 - June 2022 or currently participating in a JPMorgan Chase-sponsored training program.
Preference is given to students who are currently attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities or Hispanic-Serving Institutions or affiliated with a Diversity Organization.
Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and/or MIS majors are preferred — other majors will be considered.
18 years of age or older.
A well-rounded academic background with a preferred minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2.
About the Process:
To be considered for the hackathon, you are required to submit your registration required documents by Wednesday, February 26th, 2020. We highly recommend that you submit your registration at your earliest convenience as students will be invited to attend on a rolling basis. The following submissions are required for completion of your registration:
Submit your résumé. Please save as a PDF file and with the following name format: Last Name, First Name – Resume. (i.e.: Doe, John – Resume).
Submit a video response, powered by HireVue (will be sent to your e-mail 1 - 2 business days after the submission of your registration form).
Please read the Official Rules before you start this registration.
As part of the registration process for this event you may be asked to complete a short video, powered by HireVue. This will give you the opportunity to share you experiences, skills and interests with us by submitting a video response to questions, depending on the event you are registering for. Your participation in an event may also be considered as part of your application should you choose to apply to any of our full time or internship programs.
At JPMorgan Chase, we’re creating positive change for the diverse communities we serve. We do this by championing your innovative ideas through a supportive culture that helps you every step of the way as you build your career. If you’re passionate, curious and ready to make an impact, we’re looking for you.
Those invited to attend the program will be notified by early March. If needed, domestic round-trip travel within the continental United States will be paid for by JPMorgan Chase.
About Advancing Black Pathways:
Code for Good is hosting this hackathon in partnership with Advancing Black Pathways, which is JPMorgan Chase's expanded firm wide initiative to increase economic opportunity and growth for Black Americans. As part of this commitment, we are working to improve educational opportunities and job readiness for Black students.©2020 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved. JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.