Sego Lily Hacks is Salt Lake City’s first virtual hackathon for women and non-binary individuals in high school and university from all around the world taking place on August 6-8th.
To learn more about the event, visit our website.
We welcome all high school and college students who identify as female or nonbinary to compete in our hackathon! However, people of all gender identities are encouraged to support our attendees by mentoring, judging, or serving as an ambassador.
1. All projects must be created during Sego Lily Hacks. Ideas may be made beforehand, but coding must be during the hackathon.
2. Teams may not use a website, app, or any type of "builder" to assist with their projects (ex. Squarespace, Wix, etc.). Frameworks are allowed.
3. You must submit a 2 minute (max) video demo!
$27,229 in prizes
Best Beginner Hack - AirPods
First time hacking? No problem! There's a special track for you! All beginners qualify for this track.
Best Impact Hack - Google Home Mini, Camille Moisturizer, Coffee Mug
Want to make a change using tech? Then this track is for you! Make a hack that impacts people's lives.
Best Summer Hack - Beehive Collection & Candle
Hot girl summer... make a fun hack with a summer theme as a main component of the hack!
Best Mental Health Hack - Hungry Bunny Gift Cards, Gifts for Good Box, STEMinist Tee
Make a hack that helps improve mental wellness.
Best Environmental Hack - Sweatshirt & Hydro Flask
Make a hack that has an environmental impact!
Best FinTech Hack - HyperX Keyboard
Interested in finance but also love tech? Have no fear! This track is just for you.
Best Use of Figma - Figma Swag
Calling all designers! Make a hack using Figma and show off your design to Figma Employees!
Best Web App w/ Qoom - 1-Year Pro Qoom Plan, Invitation to Qoom Creator Group, Feature on Qoom Project Gallery
Build the best web app using Qoom.
Free Swag & Tech
Free resources for all hackers! Includes free 1-month Repl.it Hacker Plan, 3-month Qoom Starter Plan, 1-month Free EchoAR plan, 1-year Free Taskade Unlimited Plan, and stickers!
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Elizabeth Hernandez Galvan
UC Davis - Student
Technical Lead - GridGain
Columbia University - Incoming MS Data Science Graduate
Shoolini University - Sophomore in biotechnology
Does it do something entirely novel, or at least take a fresh approach to an old problem?
Is the hack usable in its current state? Is the user experience smooth? Does everything appear to work? Is it well designed?
Is the hack practical? Is it something people would actually use? Does it fulfill a real need people have?
How well was the project presented? Did it make the hack more compelling? Did it give a good idea of its purpose?
Did the team stretch themselves? Did they try to learn something new? What kind of projects have they worked on before?
Does the hack adhere to the track's theme? Does it implement that theme fully or just partially?