Civic hackathons

Civic & social good hackathons, data jams

Code Switch

Code Switch is a free, two-day civic hackathon in which community members, designers, project managers, programmers, and people who just want to learn, collaborate intensively on projects that change our community.

GeoCode (Twin Cities)

Residents, innovators, doers - your governments want your help! Please join governments and institutions from across the Twin Cities at the University of Minnesota on March 5th and 6th for Geo:Code 2.0 - a civic tech event to co-create a better Twin Cities. Register, submit ideas, and learn more at .

National Day of Civic Hacking

On August 11th, 2018, join the Code for America Brigades as we host a nationwide day of action.

Random Hacks of Kindness

RHoK Australia runs weekend hackathons in summer and winter every year. These happen simultaneously in five different locations across Australia. Over the course of 48 hours, teams assemble around our changemakers to work fast and furious, have fun, and create real social impact. It's an opportunity to work in a collaborative environment to help create innovative technology solutions to social problems.


UndocuHacks 2017 - the nation's first immigrant-youth-led hackathon. Hosted by

VHacks at the Vatican

VHacks is a hackathon taking place at the Vatican City in Rome on the weekend of March 8-11, 2018. Students from all nationalities and faith-backgrounds are invited for 36 hours of ideation and innovation to address problems in areas of social inclusion, interfaith dialogue, and migrants & refugees. These 120 students will work in teams…