Are you passionate about software and social impact? Are you looking to join a unique and close-knit community? Join Us! Our mission provides a distinct experience to develop technical skills and interact with nonprofit clients all while applying your skills to impact real lives.
Interested in developing products for social good that benefit organizations in your community? Apply to Hack4Impact's development team!
We are currently recruiting for first-year and transfer students! Applications are due September 29th, 11:59 pm. All applicants must fill out the general project team application along with the Hack4Impact application below.
Aug 25, 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Aug 30, 5:30PM - 6:30PM
Sep 1, 11:59PM
Sep 14, 6PM-7PM
Sep 22, 5:30PM-6:30PM
Sep 29, 11:59PM
Applications for upperclassmen are due 9/1 at 11:59 pm and applications for first-year and transfer students due 9/29 at 11:59 pm. We usually announce recruitment officially on our Instagram (@cornellhack4impact) at the start of each semester as well. Please email email@example.com if you would like to be added to our listserv where we notify applicants of opening.
The main thing we look for is passion for social impact and interest in growing on the team. Tell us what you are passionate about and why! We also look for prospective members to be proactive, collaborative, and friendly because building a community is an important part of our team culture. Additionally, although technical experience is helpful, we mostly look for the ability to problem solve independently and with others. We also have a beginners project meant for those with no web development experience.
This is hard to say - we don't have a set amount. We recruit a different amount each semester depending on our projects, which range from 4-6 developers, 2 designers, and one PM and TL.
As part of a new member on a project team, you will be required to enroll in ENGRG 1400 (new member onboarding) for 1 credit S/U and ENGRG 3400 for 1-2 credits graded or S/U.
Hack4Impact was founded as a club at UPenn in 2014. Since then, the club has grown into a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, helping colleges start chapters all around the country! The Cornell chapter was established Spring 2018.
YES! Please re-apply. Many of our members did not get in the first time, and we strongly encourage you to submit another application!