Are you a curious young person aged 10-19? Would you like to learn how to make amazing things with computers, electronics, technology and entrepreneurship? Would you like to meet mentors who can answer your questions and help you one-on-one to learn how to accomplish epic projects? Then Hack the Future 4 at Stanford on Saturday is just for you!
Similar to SuperHappyDevHouse, Hack the Future provides participants the opportunity to collaborate and learn from each other. This event is the ideal opportunity to try your hand at learning a programming language or meet other teens interested in technology. Moreover, mentors with deep technical knowledge attend to provide support for participants. Mentor Brian Skinner explains,
“A lot of learning to program is trying things out on your own and seeing what happens, but the great thing about Hack the Future is that if you get stuck, there will be a team of mentors nearby to lend a hand.”
At the end of the day, the value of Hack the Future is exposing young people to a variety of technologies and inspiring them to think about being innovative. Without exposure to interesting work in a field it is hard to become inspired. In conclusion, Hack the Future is a perfect opportunity for young people to learn about technology from experts and collaborate with their peers.